Air Canada Vacations (ACV) said today that it is well-equipped to support the travel trade community in order to limit any potential disruptions for the travelling public and ease travellers’ concerns about the uncertainty resulting from the strike vote mandate at WestJet.
“We understand the potential challenges the travel agent community may be faced with and we’re committed to supporting our travel trade partners,” said Dana Gain, senior director of sales, Groups and Partnerships at Air Canada Vacations. “With access to our extensive inventory and vast selection of leisure travel options in hundreds of destinations, we are prepared to accommodate travellers and help our partners book through Air Canada Vacations with confidence.”
Along with Air Canada’s added capacity on key transcontinental routes, ACV offers convenient connectors from 64 Canadian cities, as well as hotels, resorts, cruises, tours, car rentals, excursions and more, for travel agents to assist passengers who may be disrupted by this situation.
Air Canada Vacations also offers the CareFlex plan – a passport to peace of mind. When purchased at the time of booking, the CareFlex plan allows travellers to change, transfer their package or even cancel their booking with a refund before their departure date.