Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) will temporarily move its draft and disbursement day from the Friday after the sales week close to the following Wednesday.
MMGY expects a pent-up demand in travel to be “unleashed” in late second quarter.
Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Azamara, and Silversea will continue their suspensions through at least May 11 because of “global public health circumstance.”
Travel agency employees and ICs will be able to apply for relief for their businesses impacted by the coronavirus.
The new date, according to President Trump, will be announced “very soon.”
Travel industry agency groups and consortium are uniting behind ASTA, helping to broadcast its message in Washington D.C. and across the industry.
Delta updates its change fee waiver this weekend, waiving all change fees for U.S. domestic and international travel through May 2020 along with any bookings made during March 2020.
The TSA, and DHS, have also considered pushing back the REAL ID deadline in light of disruptions.
What will happen in the world of travel is anyone’s guess, but we’ve seen the industry come back from crippling news time and time again. This time shouldn't be any different.
The United States Department of State has issued a Level 4: Do Not Travel advisory for all international travel in an effort to help curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).