As we celebrate Veterans Day, the travel industry is increasingly finding that military members in transition, and their families, succeed in careers as professional travel advisors.
While agents don’t expect much attention from airlines anymore, carriers entering new markets ignore professional travel advisors at their peril.
One week into new laws allowing Canadians to use marijuana legally, some experts wonder if there are implications for uninformed Canadian travelers.
The so-called revival of travel advisors was a focus of attention during a panel discussion at the Skift Global Forum – and the source for some humble pie.
Churning far out in the Atlantic, Hurricane Florence is a ‘foreseeable’ but unpredictable event. Travel insurers are already notifying potential customers that new plans won’t cover trips.
A trip purchased with one of these cards will afford you the best overall travel insurance, but vacationers might still want to consider purchasing traditional coverage.
More than eight out of ten Canadians are generally satisfied with travel medical insurance, according to new public opinion research.
During a Washington Post-sponsored discussion this week, a key aviation committee chairman defended travel agent consumer regulatory concerns.
Eight months after Hurricane Irma tore through the resort destination, travel agents and their colleagues pitched in to prepare it for the busy summer season.
New research says couples who have a destination wedding are more satisfied with their happy day than those who have a close-to-home wedding.