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Will AmaWaterways’ New Ties to Travel Leaders Create Uneven Playing Field?

Shared ownership between Travel Leaders Group and AmaWaterways raises questions about who will benefit and who might be disadvantaged, as well as about the long-term game plan of the investment firm Certares.

Will AmaWaterways’ New Ties to Travel Leaders Create Uneven Playing Field?
Delta Air Lines Adopts Flier-Friendly Upgrade Policy

Delta is making it easier than ever for fliers to upgrade to premium cabins.

Delta Air Lines Adopts Flier-Friendly Upgrade Policy
Manchester Attack Raises U.K. Threat Level To Critical

Security has increased not only in the U.K., but in public spaces across the U.S. and around the world.

Manchester Attack Raises U.K. Threat Level To Critical
First Look: Universal Orlando’s Volcano Bay

The crash of water on rock makes for a unique immersive experience, TMR reports, as we take a sneak peek before the opening of the park tomorrow.

First Look: Universal Orlando’s Volcano Bay
Holland America Heads To Cuba

Booking opens this week for ms Veendam sailings in December.

Holland America Heads To Cuba
Germany Bullish On Tourism Through 2030, Launches Annual Campaigns Through 2020

Tourism executives say the country could potentially reach 121.5 million overnights in 2030.

Germany Bullish On Tourism Through 2030, Launches Annual Campaigns Through 2020
7 Ways to Build Strong Supplier Relations

How can travel agents earn the support—and marketing dollars—of suppliers? In Part 2 of a series on agent-supplier relations, suppliers identify the qualities they value most in their agent partners.

7 Ways to Build Strong Supplier Relations
Luxury Travel Continues To Soar

Longer stays and more exotic locales are driving a rise in luxury travel sales.

Luxury Travel Continues To Soar
Manchester Arena Attack: What We Know So Far

The news comes just as London recovers from a terrorist attack on March 22 that killed six people and injured 50 near the Houses of Parliament.

Manchester Arena Attack: What We Know So Far
‘Superhuman Travel Agents’ Will Blend Human And Tech Touches

Technology will complement real humans in the agency of the future, but nothing can replace them, say travel industry executives.

‘Superhuman Travel Agents’ Will Blend Human And Tech Touches
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