Wednesday June 3, 2020
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin

Travelweek’s virtual conference taking place today with keynote speakers and panels

More than 3,500 travel agents and industry partners have registered for Travelweek’s virtual conference, ‘The Future of Travel: Back to Business?’, taking place today, Wed. June 3, from 1 – 3 p.m. EST.
Read more

Silversea’s winter 2021/2022 season will open for sale June 17

Silversea Cruises has unveiled a total of 86 new itineraries for its winter 2021/2022 season, with general sales opening to the public on June 17.
Read more

SUPPLIER COVID-19 UPDATES: Airlines, cruise lines, hotels and tour ops

Travel advisories from governments in Canada, the U.S. and countries around the world warning against non-essential travel amid the coronavirus pandemic set off a domino effect of operations suspensions for seemingly every supplier in the travel industry.
Read more

Crystal’s latest policy allows for 100% fare and port charges refund

To give cruisers an added layer of assurance when booking future cruises, Crystal has announced its new Crystal Voyage Assurance policy for select 2020 and 2021 sailings.
Read more

AmaWaterways releases 2021-2022 The Secrets of Egypt & The Nile

AmaWaterways has released its 2021/2022 The Secrets of Egypt & The Nile e-brochure.
Read more

Riviera unveils new booking incentives

Riviera River Cruises has announced a set of new incentives that applies to bookings made throughout the month of June.
Read more

Here’s what’s new and different about Celestyal’s 2021-2022 deployment

With an eye to the future, Celestyal Cruises has unveiled details of its 2021-2022 deployment featuring new ports of call and additional sailings of its most popular itineraries.
Read more

Windstar announces 2021 schedule with new limited-time offer

Though currently grounded due to the COVID-19 crisis, Windstar Cruises is looking ahead to the future with its newly unveiled 2021 sailing schedule.
Read more

Trudeau again broaches refunds debate; Garneau extends cruise ship ban

Minister of Transport Marc Garneau has extended the ban on cruise ships entering Canadian waters until at least Oct. 31.
Read more

57% of Canadians more likely to use a travel agent post-COVID-19: Travelweek survey

The coronavirus crisis brought confusion and chaos to the travel industry, but amid all the tumult, two things have become very clear. First, travel insurance sales will likely skyrocket in a post-pandemic world. And second, travel agents will be seen - rightly - as indispensable.
Read more
Go to Learning Centre

Get travel news right to your inbox!