GOGO Increases Travel Agent Commissions

GOGO Worldwide Vacations is improving its commission structure to increase returns to travel agents. Agents will now earn up to 14 percent in commission on Air Jamaica vacation package bookings made through GOGO. The change is in line with GOGO’s recent introduction of a simplified commission structure that ensures agents receive at least 12 percent commission on all bookings.

GOGO also continues to pay an all-inclusive basis, meaning agents earn commission on taxes and service fees – items that are typically excluded from commission calculations

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Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4

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