International travel bookings to Newark Liberty International Airport have fallen seven-percent since President Trump announced his second travel ban. NJ Advance Media reports that the study looked at bookings between February 17th, when Trump said he would issue a second order, and March 9th. The data comes from travel analysts ForwardKeys. They said Newark was hit harder than other U.S. airports because of its proximity to New York City. Tourism officials in the Big Apple expect 300-thousand fewer international travelers because of the ban, costing businesses 600-million dollars.