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blank ASTA Webinar Helps Agents Navigate Accessible Travel Market
November 15, 2011

The accessible travel market is one of the fastest growing travel segments. More>>

blank Exclusive: ARTA Lists Top Ten 2012 Challenges for Agents
November 15, 2011 Exclusive

The Association of Retail Travel Agents (ARTA) group sees professional agents facing tough issues in 2012. Travel Agent spoke with Bruce Bishins, managing director of ARTA to get the lowdown on what's ahead for the industry in the new year.More>>

blank Hotel Industry Continues Heavy Investments in Panama
November 14, 2011

Large international hotel chains like Hilton, Starwood, Sheraton and Trump, among others, have opened modern and sophisticated properties in Panama. More>>

blank Meet the New7Wonders of the World
November 14, 2011

The New Wonders of the World are Chichenitza, Mexico; Christ Redeemer, Brazil; Colosseum, Italy; Taj Mahal, India; Great Wall of China; Petra, Jordan; and Machu Picchu, Peru. More>>

blank Agent Air Sales Up 6 Percent
November 10, 2011

ARC says January through October 2011 ticket sales totaled $71.1 billion. More>>

blank 2011 Holiday Travel Tips: Tough Going Ahead
November 9, 2011

Travel Insured predicts the 2011 holiday travel season is going to make flying more expensive. More>>

blank Travelport Holdings Limited Announces Positive Third Quarter Financials
November 9, 2011

Travelport Holdings Limited's revenues are up 4 percent and volume is up 3 percent. More>>

blank Student Travel Gives Young Professionals an Edge
November 9, 2011

Student travel gives professionals leadership skills and an appreciation for diverse culture that is invaluable later on, according to a Brightspark Edu-Travel Report.More>>

blank Orbitz Shares Thanksgiving Travel Tips and Trends
November 9, 2011

Make note of the busiest and least busy airports this holiday season. More>>

blank ASTA Agencies Forecast Moderate Staffing Growth
November 9, 2011

A tenth of agencies plan to add new employees and 20 percent will hire more independent contractors, reports the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).More>>