The cruise line will continue to protect travel professionals’ commission on the original sailing that is paid in full and cancelled by Disney Cruise Line.
The sailings also mark the debut of MSC’s new health and safety protocols that include universal testing, a cut in capacity to 70%, contact tracing, and more.
“We can’t help but find some hope and inspiration in seeing our first group depart on an international adventure,” said CEO James Thornton.
President and CEO Zane Kerby said “few sectors have been as hard hit, or face a longer road to recovery, than the travel agency industry.”
The Caribbean can achieve the right balance that protects its people and at the same time allow its tourism economies to operate.
Alaska Airlines this week announced that, starting Aug. 7, all guests who are over 2-years-old would be required to wear a face mask or covering at airports and onboard flights with no exceptions.