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Which airline is best for traveling to Asia?

Transportation companies like Air China and Qatar Airways have long been the most reliable ways to travel to Asia, but a new analysis suggests there are still some airlines that offer better options for business travelers.

The results were published in a report by the U.S. Travel Association and the American Travel Association.

The association, which represents more than 10,000 travel companies, said that for the third consecutive year, the majority of international travelers to Asia booked a connecting flight.

This year’s data showed travel to India was the most popular destination for those traveling to Southeast Asia.

The study also found that travelers to Thailand were among the most frequent travelers to Asian destinations.

The travel association said that travel to Thailand accounted for 16.5% of international trips in the U, and that there were over 6,000 direct and indirect flights to Thailand in 2017.

The majority of those trips were for business, with flights from China, the Middle East, the U in Europe and Australia accounting for about two-thirds of the total.

The report also showed that U.K.-bound trips to Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong and Australia accounted for nearly 15% of the travel to the region.

The research, which was conducted in conjunction with the Association of Travel Agents and Booking Agents (ATBA), showed that travel from the U to Southeast Asian destinations is down slightly in 2018.

In 2018, there were 2,846 direct flights to Asia from the United States, down from 2,988 in 2017, according to the report.

The survey also found an increase in business travelers to the Middle and East Asia markets, but not for long.

The study said the travel from Asia to the U was down from the same time last year, and the number of business travelers in Asia was down by 6%.

The number of non-business travelers was also down from last year.

The travel association cited a number of factors that contributed to the decrease in business travel to Southeast Asians, including the ongoing fight against terrorism in the region, the decline in the value of the U dollar and the economic slowdown in Asia.

It’s unclear if the reduction in business and non-commercial travel to Asian countries is a direct result of Trump’s travel ban, which he imposed on travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries in February.

In the meantime, U.N. officials say the United Nations has warned that more than 100,000 refugees and migrants have been forced to flee the region due to the ban.

In a statement, ATBA President Robert Riedel said the organization continues to advocate for continued business travel from Southeast Asia to U. S. destinations, saying: “The U.A.E. region remains a key market for international travel, and it remains important to expand that business travel beyond just the U-1 visa program.”