Cruising really took off when travel agents could book itineraries electronically, say partners Trisept and Adventurelink. Now guided tours have the same option.
From breaking into the luxury cruise market to marketing business, there were tips for virtually every kind of agent, big or small, home-based or brick-and-mortar.
A new technology, approved by the TSA, promises to keep “the traveling public moving through airports faster and safer than ever before.”
Ski magazine recommends using a travel professional for a ‘seamless, stress-free trip.’
Just days after Irma wreaked havoc on Florida's travel and tourism industry, the state's airports are starting back toward normal operations.
Travel agency fees, once derided by the consumer press as an unnecessary expense for travelers, are gaining broader acceptance. “Great service comes at a cost,” writes Travel + Leisure.
‘Engagement at all levels,’ from the board to the chapter presidents to the consortia, worked magic, says CAC chair Jennifer Wilson-Buttigieg.
With 1,000 travel agents, suppliers and executives in attendance, ASTA’s 2017 Global Convention was off and running in San Diego this week.
Young people who start off working in the travel industry earn higher-than-average salaries.
The Lifetime Achievement Award is not an annual award; it is recommended periodically by ASTA’s Board of Directors to honor a travel-industry luminary “whose creativity, dedication and inspiration have advanced the travel and tourism industry.”