Popular Hawaii Wholesaler Launches New Website, Booking Engine

Blue Sky Tours, one of the leading Hawaii wholesale companies, recently announced that it will be launching its new travel agent booking engine and website. To help celebrate the occasion, Blue Sky Tours is offering booking incentives and a free air-inclusive trip giveaway.

Powered by VAX VacationAccess with enhancements designed specifically for Blue Sky Tours, the new booking engine will provide expanded product and content, increase agent productivity, and improve the agent user experience.

Blue Sky Tours’ new booking engine will deliver numerous new features to agents, including the ability to modify reservations before and after booking; compare pricing and multiple itineraries; view commission amount dynamically before booking is complete; view enhanced hotel details pages with interactive images, video and expanded accommodation information; assign airline seating for customers with participating airlines, access better dynamic prices and last minute inventory available from many more vendors and more.

To celebrate the launch of our new booking engine, Blue Sky Tours is offering a $25 booking bonus to its Mahalo Money Loyalty Program members for every booking (with a five-night minimum stay) made from now through December 31.

As an added incentive to try out the features of the new booking engine, each week through the end of the year (starting November 18), the company will have a random drawing from qualified Mahalo Money bookings to win an additional $250 of Mahalo Money. And Blue Sky Tours is also offering a chance to win one free grand prize trip to Hawaii, including air for two, a five-night stay at any Hyatt Hawaii properties and a Hertz rental car. All bookings from now through December 31 qualify to win.

Visit www.blueskytours.com.

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