Classic Vacations Launches Updated Website for Travel Agents

Classic Vacations is launching their updated website dedicated exclusively to travel agents. Consumers will no longer be able to book directly on Classic Vacations’ website. The ability to check rates, view hotel availability, or receive a quote is now a feature reserved exclusively for travel professionals.

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The website includes the benefits of using an experienced travel agent, and potential travelers will only be allowed to browse content that is meant to inspire travel. To make a purchase, visitors will be directed to a list of travel advisors who are available near them.

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In addition to the travel agent exclusive online booking engine, Classic Vacations has also enhanced the functionality of its search result pages. The website improvements focus on providing travel agents with clear and easy-to-read search results.

If an agent is already a member of Classic Assist, simply log in to the website to use the online booking engine. For those who are new to Classic Assist, you will need to register first in order to use the online booking engine. Agents can register at www.classicvacations.com/travel-agent/registration.

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For more information, visit www.classicvacations.com/travel-agent/online-booking-engine-faqs.

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