With the introduction of five economy fares, the carrier has added to the growing challenge for Canadian agents, that of explaining multiple fare options to consumers.
When clients shop for hotels on the internet, a travel agent’s life can become increasingly complicated and their credibility can be called into question. Will new technology help?
Cambridge Analytica’s access to the data of tens of millions of Facebook users brings uncertainty to the future use of the social media platform for travel agents.
Consumer advocate Chris Elliott has been solving problems for more than 20 years. He offers up the top six mistakes travelers make during a trip that have them writing him later on.
Canada’s air transport and tourism industries are preparing for a banner 2018, with investments in infrastructure, route networks and security set to help better serve citizens and inbound tourists.
Dueling speakers at the ASTA Premium Business Summit explained why airlines will add more seats in already stuffed cabins, and how Premium Economy is here to stay.
Travel agent Diane Bean, up in Maine, thought ahead and guided her clients, in advance, to protect their family Disney vacation.
The airline launches new service to Kauai and doubles the frequency of its flights from Western Canada to Hawaii.
Continuing the push to drive more Americans to visit Australia, the country’s Northern Territory is offering a $100 incentive.
Each ASTA Chapter has the ability to sign up for a customized NexCite website for the chapter, using Passport Online’s tools.