North American agents with a passion for Australia are balancing their desire to help and their compassion for those impacted, all while wondering how this will impact their business.
Thousands of advisors love selling the popular brand – but it takes a strong affinity for The Mouse and a hyper focus on Disney sales skills to reach elite status.
A New Jersey woman is seeking more than $100,000 in damages in a lawsuit with Viator after she fell off a camel in Morocco.
Travel advisors rely heavily on government advisories and other options to keep abreast of a rising number of protests and other civil disruptions that could impact their clients.
A prominent news report about potential travel insurance premium hikes renews a debate over Ontario’s decision to eliminate “out-of-country” health coverage.
The association’s annual consumer survey says nearly a third of travelers will use an agent, will spend more, and are more likely to be traveling abroad than consumers who book direct.
A $12,500 European cruise was ruined when a passport was stolen. Experienced Travel Market Report advisors offer advice to agents and cruisers who find themselves in similar situations.
Annual survey shows a slight uptick in worries over seasickness and illnesses onboard, while apprehension about bad weather has moderated somewhat.
The year just ending held many victories, but ASTA’s president says 2020 holds more challenges that advisors and the association will need to confront.
A travel agent set the course for a now world-renowned scientist to land a job in America, and move his family to the U.S. from war-torn Kuwait.