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Your opinion matters, take the 2019 National Travel Agent Survey

Rob Glennie Consulting has opened the 2019 National Travel Agent Survey this month.
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Solo travel will continue to make gains in 2019, says Travel Leaders Group

All signs point to another banner year for travel in 2019, according to the latest North American consumer travel trends survey from Travel Leaders Group.
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Air Canada can’t get enough of the latest Ipsos Reid stats

Stats from the Ipsos Reid 2018 Canadian Business Traveller Survey indicate that Air Canada is the preferred airline for domestic travel for 92% of frequent business travellers, according to the airline.
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Top Wave season tips from Avoya’s million-dollar agencies

The insights offered up from Avoya Travel’s just-released 2019 Wave Season survey include tips from top-selling Avoya agencies on how to prepare for Wave season and maximize 2019 travel sales.
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Participate in Fee Survey for a chance to win a $25 gift card

Agents can win a US$25 gift card simply by participating in Host Agency Reviews’ third annual Fee Survey.
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Who owns the client? Agents push back against supplier ‘comeback’ programs

Nine out of 10 travel advisers don’t want suppliers contacting their clients after a stay or trip to offer discounts for booking future travel directly with the suppliers, according to a DWHSA poll surveying Canadian and U.S. travel agents.
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“100% committed to travel agents” and why the GDS booking fee was a success: Lufthansa
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Lufthansa Group is moving ahead with plans for increasingly customized seating and cabins in its new 777Xs, and at the...
U.S. consumer media outlet says it has a D.R. update
U.S. consumer media outlet says it has a D.R. update
At least one report coming out of the U.S. suggests that the eight American tourist deaths in the D.R. were due to...
Marriott makes headway into all-inclusive market with Elegant acquisition
Marriott makes headway into all-inclusive market with acquisition of Elegant Hotels
Marriott International is buying Elegant Hotels Group in a cash agreement valued at US$130.1 million, further cementing...
“Live in the moment”: How PONANT differs from other cruise lines
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You can argue that the one and only downside to PONANT is the fact that its in-cabin Nespresso machines aren’t...
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