Pleasant Holidays Waives Change Fees for Modifications Due to Hurricane Patricia

Pleasant Holidays CEO Jack E. Richards
Pleasant Holidays CEO Jack E. Richards

As Hurricane Patricia develops of the Pacific Coast of Mexico, Pleasant Holidays has released an update on the travel situation in the area.

"Pleasant Holidays remains in close contact with our in-destination service providers, hotel partners and travel agents to ensure the safety of our customers," said Jack E. Richards, president and CEO of Pleasant Holidays. "The airports are currently closed and our in-destination team is assisting with evacuating our customers to secure locations."

In addition, Pleasant Holidays has contacted travel agency partners with vacations scheduled to Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit through October 30, 2015, to provide assistance in altering their vacations plans as requested, either to future dates or a new destination in Mexico, the Caribbean, Hawaii or Tahiti. Pleasant Holidays is waiving its change fees for modifications due to Hurricane Patricia.


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Pleasant Holidays said its air and land operations team would continue to monitor the storm, as well as national hurricane center reports in order to advise and assist travelers and travel agents. 

Pleasant Holidays has set up a link in the Travel Alerts section of for more information.

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