Friday November 27, 2020
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More Canadians now likely to book with a travel agent: Travelweek’s Consumer Survey
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has caused travellers to cancel their holidays and forego any big trips for the time being, it has also led many to realize the true value of a travel agent.
34% say they’ll travel 4-6 months after advisory lifted: Travelweek’s Consumer Survey
The latest challenge for the travel industry will be getting clients to feel comfortable booking travel for a post-pandemic world, at least for the short term, according to new findings from Travelweek’s COVID-19 Consumer Survey.
Magic is Waiting at Walt Disney World Resort
You can feel it as you near the Parks. That excitement, realizing that you're finally getting to experience the joy and laughter you've been dreaming about.
The Future of Travel: Caribbean Comeback: A virtual conference presented by Travelweek, Sept. 30, 2020
The live event featured keynote speakers from across the travel industry
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Tour operators weigh in on upfront commissions
TORONTO — Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March, travel agents have heard time and time again how tour...
Delta Air Lines makes travel bubble pact from U.S. to Rome
There’s news of another COVID-19 travel bubble - and this one’s an international route out of the U.S.
RCI halts sale of 7+ night sailings from U.S., Jan. 1 – Nov. 1, 2021
Royal Caribbean has reportedly halted the sale of cruises longer than 7 nights in duration, as it works to ensure its...
Good news, bad news from latest THIA consumer survey
Here’s the good news: 80% of Canadians plan to travel in 2021, according to a new survey conducted by the Travel...
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