From the start of the global pandemic in March, the travel industry has seen the emergence of many new trends that reflect current concerns. From COVID-related travel insurance to an increase in domestic tourism, travel trends in this ‘new normal’ show that travellers are putting health and safety top of mind in 2020 and beyond.
TORONTO — With its ‘Bridge to the Future’ virtual conference underway this week, Travel Leaders Network is giving members both in the U.S. and Canada plenty of reasons to “put hope on the calendar,” as John Lovell would say. The company’s president, who hosted a media briefing yesterday as part of the three-day conference, was […]
No one wants another lockdown, but a second wave of the pandemic is looming - and many say it’s happening already. Businesses that reopened their doors this summer may face closures again, and that includes travel agencies. Meanwhile Canada’s travel restrictions are nearing the seven-month mark.
Travel agents in Canada now have access to exclusive B2B rates from Marriott and other major international hotel chains and can earn up to double the compensation when booking through Expedia TAAP (Travel Agent Affiliate Program).
We may love travel, but we also know it’s far from perfect. Sure, some forms of travel make the world a better place, but far too many types hurt more than they help. It’s time we all got together, as travellers, to talk about just that.