Despite a push from the world's most prominent airline association, the DOT is reminding airlines that their "obligation to refund passengers for cancelled or significantly delayed flights remains unchanged.”
Stay at the top of mind with clients, who may not be planning or purchasing, but are still dreaming of their next vacation.
ASTA continues to push for relief for advisors as government implements CARES Act.
The $249 billion program is open to any business with 500 employees or fewer as well as independent contractors and the self-employed.
ACTA will be reviewing the most up to date information on Government HR programs that are available for employers and employees.
These are just some inspirational ideas to keep your clients (and you and your travel advisor team) stoking the fires of enthusiasm for the travel opportunities that lay at the end of the tunnel.
Several counts relating to the administrative burden on agencies would be updated, the Ontario government announced Tuesday, but what could be deemed as the most significant sticking point was ignored.
“This is what your trade association was built for, and ASTA is here to help you through this crisis. Our team of experts is working around the clock to get you to the front of the line for any and all relief options. We encourage you to plan now for the future success of your business, and our industry.”
1. Club Med at Home
3. The Emerald Isle
4. Sagano Forest 360-degree VR Movie
5. Chile 360
6. Czech Republic’s Punkva Caves
7.YouVisit’s virtual tour of Machu Pichu
8. Google Earth Guided Virtual Tours
9. Mount Everest VR
10. Google Arts & Culture Tours
Source: Travel Market Report