ASTA will kick off its Advocacy Awareness Day, a crucial day that all U.S. travel advisors, on Wednesday.
The Italian cruise line continues its program for the gradual and responsible resumption of cruising, redesigning its itineraries from April through November 2021.
The deal creates one of the biggest mid-market corporate travel companies in the world, with a combined CY19 global TTV of $7.6 billion.
Starting on Oct. 1, citizens and residents of Mexico and Jamaica, along with California and Ohio, will be able to visit the nation.
Duffy also provided an update on the highly-anticipated Carnival Mardi Gras.
Dr. Robert Joselyn has been an avid travel industry advocate for over 30 years, and will share his insights on agency service fees for advisors.
1. Flexible booking and cancellation policies
2. An increase in safety and accessibility measures
3. A move toward contact-free
4. Public spaces are easier to navigate
5. Increased local offerings
Source: Conde Nast Traveler