The search for simplification leads one out of three Millennials with children to work with a travel agent to plan their vacation.
The NACTA name will go away as members are folded more into the mainstream of its parent organization, and ASTA rebrands from “Agents” to “Advisors.”
After 40 years of travel agent experience, Gloria Mickelson believes advisors must continue to master technology changes and enhance their selling skills to close more business.
By the end of the year, the agency will be testing new CT scanners for carry-ons at 15 airports, reducing the need for bag checks.
Incessant rains have wreaked havoc in Northern India, including damage to a famous ancient fortress wall.
After a prolonged period of climbing sales, the travel market receives its second warning this year that vacation bookings may be hitting a plateau.
Two published reports incorrectly claimed that the U.S. State Department has updated security and safety advice for popular Mexico resort destinations.
With so many vacation travelers ‘letting go’ when they go away, what can cause a travel insurer to deny a claim if alcohol was involved?
Greece declares a state of emergency as forest fires and smoke menace the Greek capital and resort areas.
Don’t be complacent. Logging on through airport WiFi can leave your devices and data vulnerable to attacks.