As Congress reconvenes to reach a short-term budget bill agreement to fully fund the U.S. government, most services touching travelers remain open.
A new tool to help match clients with ships and itineraries to their personality traits raises the question of how agents do the same without a computer.
First set of city rules and regulations in Canada go into effect this year, likely reducing the number of short-term rental options for visitors.
After a year filled with anxiety from super storms, natural disasters, and terrorist attacks, travel should remain strong in 2018, as travelers continue to manage their anxiety.
An airport incident between passengers and a Canadian airline in Boston during the “bomb cyclone” highlights the tensions that can rise when there are significant delays.
When a traveler is planning a trip, the most pressing anxiety is worrying about getting sick and having to cancel, according to a survey of more than 20,000 people.
Straightforward warning system and cleaner website should make it easier for flyers to prepare for overseas travel.
This lesser known option has yet to catch on because most travelers aren’t aware of it, and agents are more inclined to sell single-trip policies.
Sometimes your client is one question away from a life-changing trip. Family travel advisor Sally Black proves how much power lies in an agent’s knowledge and expertise.
CanadaStays believes that much of the increase was fuelled by the rise in “staycations” for Canada's 150th birthday last year.