‘Twas the night before Christmas, and travel advisors are still scrambling to book last-minute holiday vacation plans.
Imitating California’s AB5 bill would create confusion for business owners and destroy New York’s travel agency industry, advocates tell key committee.
Agents report a seasonal increase in email and social media fraud campaigns designed to hack hard drives and bank accounts.
When a loyal client asked travel agent Skip Neal to book a honeymoon just six months away, this advisor summoned all of his skills to curate a 15-day trip of a lifetime.
Shannon Cunningham’s passion for the holiday season has led her to a project that could help inject new energy and opportunities into her travel business.
He once thought travel insurance “was a scam.” But after recouping $124 on a recent Amtrak trip, this journalist now thinks purchasing coverage is a smart move.
Fresh off saving travel agents from a California bill that could have eliminated their independent contractor status, the industry has turned its attention to New York.
Wanda Parks is combining her professional education, personal coaching business, and interest in holistic wellness to develop a travel agency niche.
This New York City-based travel agent helps older women overcome their self-limiting barriers to travel the world.
Fines for harassing geishas have been added to a series of measures the ancient Japanese city has instituted to combat a surge of tourists looking for ‘Instagram moments.’