A recent online survey conducted by Travel Market Report shows that Donald Trump’s recent comments on immigration may be leading travel sellers to turn away from selling Trump Hotel Collection properties.
Crystal Cruises plans to launch several new ships across a variety of categories, and a private 787 Boeing Dreamliner aircraft, following a big investment from new owner Genting Hong Kong, Crystal CEO Edie Rodriguez announced yesterday
New research from American Express Travel finds that an overwhelming majority of travelers don’t believe technology will replace the human touch in their travel experience. That means the outlook for travel agents has become extremely strong as consumers look to wed the ability to personalize their vacations with the ease of using a travel professional.
A new report from Criteo and Phocuswright finds that mobile has become the new battleground in the realm of digital travel bookings.
Travel Market Report’s Andrew Sheivachman reports on the difficult issues involved in finding and keeping young entrants to the industry. Sheivachman moderated a panel on the subject at the recent Travel MarketPlace in Toronto.
MMGY Global’s just released Portrait of American Travelers (POAT) finds that demand for travel is higher than ever while consumers’ use of traditional travel agents has risen for four years in a row.
Executives from Canada’s leading host agencies and consortia urged travel agents at Travel MarketPlace conference to focus on serving clients with products that are profitable and provide unique vacation experiences.
Wellness travel professionals at the second annual Well-Being Travel Symposium, advised travel agents to specialize in the areas of wellness travel they are most passionate about as a way to carve out a niche in the rapidly growing health and wellness travel segment.
Carnival Cruise Line will prohibit cruisers sailing from June 9 onward from bringing any bottled beverages onboard Carnival vessels. The cruise line cites safety concerns as the rationale behind the policy change.
Carnival Corp. unveiled “fathom,” a new cruise brand focused on “social impact travel.” The brand is aimed at attracting millennials, eco-conscious families and adults over 50 who are interested in making a positive impact on distant communities.