Baxter Media is sending out a last call for agents to sign up for a webinar happening tomorrow (May 29) at 2 p.m. (EST). There will be five prize giveaways of $200 e-gift cards available to agents who attend the full duration of the webinar.
In this webinar, you will hear how Hong Kong has... more ›
According to GlobalData offering staff additional training initiatives during the lockdown restrictions will not only engender the staff commitment but can prepare employees for changes within the future travel space which are inevitable.
The data and analytics company points out that 50% of... more ›
Group Maintains Commission Levels, Extends Recognition Program
Travel Professional International (TPI) is maintaining the same commission levels and extending its Velocity Program benefits for its Advisors for the fiscal year 2021 and 2022.
The Velocity Program (TPI’s Loyalty & Recognition Program) has been a long-running program at TPI, that pays... more ›
Celebrity Cruises marked its 30th birthday by reflecting on its journey to push the limits of traditional cruising and create a unique modern luxury experience at sea.
Established in 1990 by the Greece-based Chandris Group, the line became part of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. seven years... more ›
Flair has unveiled Comfort Choice Seating to provide passengers more choices during their travels.
The airline notes that recent studies have shown that low-fare travel is important to Canadians. However, many have been hesitant to fly due to the recent events, affecting all airline... more ›
Let’s Get Through This Together
In this week’s issue of Canadian Travel Press, industry veteran, Brett Walker offers a thoughtful contribution on the challenges that he believes the industry faces in the war against COVID-19 and, no matter what those challenges are, hope that the industry will persevere.
Walker... more ›
Celebrity Cruises is keeping its fingers crossed that it may start an Alaska program in August, confident that coronavirus hasn't put the kibosh on interest in sailings in that part of the world.
Brendan Halcomb of Celebrity's Alaska cruise/cruisetour program told a Tuesday webinar for... more ›
This week, TraveLaw Online’s Doug Crozier and Tim Law of Heifetz, Crozier, Law tackle the question of how COVID-19 has impacted on the hotel industry. It’s a simple question: Are hotels suffering as badly as other industry sectors?
Q: The travel press is documenting fairly thoroughly the... more ›
By year end, IATA says, the airline industry’s global debt could rise to $550 billion – that’s $120 billion over the debt levels at the start of 2020.
In its analysis, IATA found that:
$67 billion of the new debt is composed of government loans ($50 billion), deferred taxes ($5... more ›
According to GlobalData, the general sentiment regarding the impact of COVID-19 in Italy is gradually becoming more positive.
In two surveys by GlobalData, one conducted April 28 and the other on May 3, the number of Italians stating that they are ‘extremely concerned’ about the virus... more ›