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Government Shutdown Has Limited Impact on Travel So Far
Government Shutdown Has Limited Impact on Travel So Far

As Congress reconvenes to reach a short-term budget bill agreement to fully fund the U.S. government, most services touching travelers remain open.

What's Their 'Why'? Connect Your Clients to Their Passion for Travel
What's Their 'Why'? Connect Your Clients to Their Passion for Travel

The unique reasons that inspire people to travel are the foundation of travel fulfillment, and more sales for travel agents.

American Airlines to Add Dozens of New Routes and NY-Chicago Shuttle in 2018
American Airlines to Add Dozens of New Routes and NY-Chicago Shuttle in 2018

American's 2018 schedule includes 52 new nonstop flights to domestic and international points.

United Airlines to Launch Premium Economy Sometime in 2018
United Airlines to Launch Premium Economy Sometime in 2018

The option will include more space per seat, upgraded dining on china dinnerware, free alcoholic beverages, a Saks Fifth Avenue blanket and pillow, and more.

Spirit Airlines Adds Atlantic City to New Orleans Service
Spirit Airlines Adds Atlantic City to New Orleans Service

The service, which is now on sale, will officially kick off on April 13, 2018. It will be offered four times per week.

Look to Luxury Land Clients When Filling Luxury Cruise Ships
Look to Luxury Land Clients When Filling Luxury Cruise Ships

Capturing the ‘not-so-new’ luxury travelers and converting them to luxury cruise passengers can lead to big business for travel agents.

Travel Impressions 2018
Travel Impressions 2018

TI's Supplier of the Month! EXCLUSIVE Rates & more for groups at IBEROSTAR

JFK Airport Hobbled by Water Main Break, 'Perfect Storm'
JFK Airport Hobbled by Water Main Break, 'Perfect Storm'

New York’s international airport was chaotic on a weekend when more than 10,000 flights were delayed and more than 1,000 were canceled across the U.S.

Southwest Airlines Agrees to Settle Antitrust Lawsuit on Air Fare Collusion
Southwest Airlines Agrees to Settle Antitrust Lawsuit on Air Fare Collusion

American, Delta and United said they would continue to defend themselves against the charges.

First Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc in Northeast
First Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc in Northeast

More than two out of three flights are canceled at three major airports in New York and Boston, impacting tens of thousands of passengers.