Globus, Viking, and Rocky Mountaineer will look to restart travel after June 30.
Now that business will be shut down for a while, those who can withstand the pressure, are moving beyond trying to preserve cash. Instead they are trying to rise to the occasion in an unprecedented crisis with higher levels of service.
On-demand tutorials help advisors process requests without picking up phone.
Departures for the remainder of the 2020 season, which were slated to begin April 13, will continue to be assessed as the situation develops, Rocky Mountaineer said.
While making difficult decisions in a rapidly changing, difficult environment, some travel entrepreneurs are also considering what they can do to prepare for the eventual upturn.
Globus’ family of brands is suspending operations through April 30, and offering flexible rebooking policies for guests whose travel was affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
“This is what your trade association was built for, and ASTA is here to help you through this crisis. Our team of experts is working around the clock to get you to the front of the line for any and all relief options. We encourage you to plan now for the future success of your business, and our industry.”
1. Club Med at Home
3. The Emerald Isle
4. Sagano Forest 360-degree VR Movie
5. Chile 360
6. Czech Republic’s Punkva Caves
7.YouVisit’s virtual tour of Machu Pichu
8. Google Earth Guided Virtual Tours
9. Mount Everest VR
10. Google Arts & Culture Tours
Source: Travel Market Report