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Travel Agents To Clients Re London: 'Channel Winston Churchill, Keep Calm And Carry On'

'Clients see this incident in context' and travel goes on.

Headquarters Happenings: Canada’s TravelOnly Sees ‘Micro-Niching’ as Key to ICs’ Growth

The Canadian host agency TravelOnly encourages its agents to cultivate micro-niches as a strategy to expand their clientele, build loyalty and boost profit margins.

Alaska Airlines To ‘Retire’ Virgin America Brand

Alaska purchased Virgin America for $2.6 billion in December.

Royal Caribbean Enters Land Vacation Segment With Tour-Booking Site GoBe

The world’s second-largest cruise company now also will sell tours and activities.

Three Questions With Hyatt Regency Trinidad’s Russell George

The Caribbean’s premier business hotel’s GM shares his outlook on travel for 2017.

Scenic Enhances Both The Travel Agent And Guest Experience

A portal, an advisory board, and a water-level guarantee program debut for travel agents, plus goodies for guests on the new Diamond, Sapphire and Eclipse. 

MSC Cruises Introduces Flexible Dining, New Specialty Options

With Meraviglia and Seaside set to debut in 2017, MSC is giving guests more dining choices than ever before.

Luxury Enclaves Add A New Element To Cruising

The Yacht Club, The Haven, The Retreat focus on the upscale customer, and more news from Celebrity.

Canadians Finding Travel Document Confusion At US Border

More and more, Canadian citizens are finding themselves unexpectedly turned back by U.S. border officers.

U.K. Joins U.S. In Laptop Ban

New rules on what U.K.-bound travelers can take on board.

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