- Kennebunkport, Maine
- Glacier National Park, Montana
- Watch Hill, Rhode Island
- Berkshires, Massachusetts
- Nantucket, Massachusetts
“Now people are using the term pivoting when talking about adapting their travel business… But I believe this is the time for travel advisors to really look inside themselves and see where their passion is in the travel industry.”
New Era Travel
1. Highlight the benefits of your product/service
2. Engage with customers on social media
3. Upsell products – provide an experience
4. Package travel components into unique travel products
5. Find a travel niche market
While much of the world is still in a travel holding pattern because of COVID-19, many travel advisors are digging in deep to the industry they love so much, and they’re asking the hard questions.
1. The Peninsula Chicago
2. The Langham, Chicago
3. The Talbott, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
4. Viceroy Chicago
5. ACME Hotel Company
Source: Travel and Leisure
“Once a vaccine is available, I think people are going to start really booking for the future, maybe six months to a year out, so you need to be ready. We’ve weathered storms before and we’ll weather this one too, and come out stronger on the other side.”
Toni Tours Inc.
This week, Carnival Cruise Line confirmed the sale of Carnival Fascination and Carnival Imagination as the cruise line removes “less efficient” ships from fleet .
The airline has announced it will provide COVID-19 emergency and quarantine medical insurance for Canadian residents who book international roundtrip flights.
P&O Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation, has cancelled all sailings until early 2021, as “evolving restrictions on travel from the UK unfortunately it is necessary to extend our current pause.”
Tiffany Hines, President & CEO of Global Escapes, and Jamie Jones, COO of WhirlAway Travel joined TMR this week for a second part of the discussion on How You Can Successfully Implement Service Fees.