Yogi Berra’s famous malapropism well describes the situation that has unfolded in the nation’s air travel system over the past week.
Is there a corporate policy providing a duty of care for the employee on bleisure travel?
After first emerging in the late 1990s, hotel “resort fees” accounted for $2 billion, or one-sixth of total hotel revenue, by 2015.
A distillation of the proposed regulation and some of its implications. Buckle up.
The Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) has approved several changes to the Agent Reporting Agreement (ARA) recently.
Whether DOT has chosen a solution that will increase clarity at the right time in the purchase process, presents a conundrum for both airlines and advisors.
The AELP has announced new legislation to address the issues created by the original Airline Deregulation Act of 1978.
A short summary of a few of the many issues raised by the rulemaking as they affect travel advisors.
An update on the latest proposed regulations from the DOT regarding ticket refunds.
"In my long career dealing with the regulatory side of the travel industry, I have never seen anything quite like the latest proposed regulations from the DOT regarding ticket refunds."