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Storms Make Travel Agents Work Overtime

It’s winter—and ice, snow and even computer glitches have travel professionals working around the clock to care for their clients.

T+L’s 41 Best Destinations For 2017

February issue highlights Travel + Leisure’s recommendations on where travelers should be headed this year.

United Recovers From Computer Outage That Brought Flights To A Standstill

More than 200 domestic flights around the country were impacted. 

MSC’s Ocean Cay Back On Track After Delay

The island is set to be a major factor in the cruise line’s Caribbean operations, North America president Roberto Fusaro tells TMR.

Travel Agent Education Ramps Up For 2017

Agents need to reinvest in their expertise and never stop learning.

Agent Sales Expert Offers Advice For Building A Group Travel Business

Stuart Cohen wants agents to stop searching for clients, start doing group travel and use their passion and experience to drive group sales.

Hoteliers On The Move, January 2017

To help you keep up with your favorite GMs and hotel executives as they move around and open new properties, Mary Gostelow offers up a monthly update of who's doing what.

Ten Tips To Protect Your ID When Traveling

Help your clients avoid becoming a victim of identity theft when traveling with these tips.

Several Dead As Central Italy Again Rocked By Earthquakes

Four powerful quakes greater than a 5.0 on the Richter scale hit the region. 

Vietnam Visas Can Be Confusing

Confusion surrounding a 2016 travel visa agreement with Vietnam has many agents reconfirming their procedures.

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Tip of the Day
If you want to remain relevant and find new opportunities for growth, you must commit to ongoing learning.
 
Diane Petras, Travel Institute COO