Airlines begin to prepare for a third major hurricane to make landfall on U.S. territory in the last four weeks.
The CTC certification has been the professional designation of the Canadian travel industry for over 50 years.
Tammy Murphy spent days of her own vacation pleading with government and elected officials to evacuate her cousin from a honeymoon devastated by Irma.
Agents and supporters of the trade were honored when ASTA announced its 2017 award winners during its Global Convention in San Diego last month.
As some of the Caribbean’s biggest tourism destinations assess the damage left behind by Hurricane Irma, travel in Florida prepares for the worst.
While travel is now focused on a new storm, it's not only travelers whose lives have been disrupted by Hurricane Harvey last week. Agents in Houston will face a long road ahead too, but the industry is rallying to assist them.
In response to news of tainted alcohol and State Department safety warnings, travel agents throw their online support behind Mexico.
Rules and regulations around involuntary bumping, airline seat sizes and fees are gaining momentum as Congress prepares to reconvene this fall.
News reports say four unnamed countries might face visa sanctions from the U.S.
As hotel companies expand their "soft brands," travel agents are struggling to explain and sell them to clients. Marriott is using video storytelling to help.