Topic: Travel Agent Tools
An expansion into Havana, Cuba, a new "Super" commission tier and the latest updates on the move to VAX VacationAccess were among the announcements at the opening to Travel Impression's "Best of the Best" 2018. More here.
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced it has opened registration for its 2019 membership programs. Learn what enrollment can mean for agents and agencies.
The travel company will provide several booking and client engagement tools in a new online portal. Check out more.
The new Travel Together websites allow agents to personalize the site for their clients, create a custom URL, and add booking information and an invitation code. Get the details here.
With sales trending upward, Travel Leaders Group is continuing its investment in the luxury market, executives told Travel Agent at the Elevate the Journey tradeshow in New York. Here’s the latest.
According to Uniworld president and CEO Ellen Bettridge, the need for improvements to the booking tool and the ability to waitlist guests for sold-out cruises were among the top requests from the brand’s partner travel advisors. Here's more on what's changed.
Las Vegas and Australia’s Northern Territories, as well as UnCruise Adventures, Quark Expeditions and Hurtigruten have joined Passport’s Online’s system. Learn more.
At the Inspire Conference onboard the Norwegian Bliss, Sandi Szalay, vice president of information technology for CruiseOne, Cruises Inc. and Dream Vacations, shared what's next for the brands' tech offerings. Take a look.
QUICKET provides KAYAK with information regarding seating and additional offers in over 23,000 aircraft from more than 400 airlines, which are integrated into the booking process. More here.
Ensemble Travel Group is celebrating its 50th anniversary. At its 2018 Conference at Baha Mar, executives talk what’s next for the group’s technology and marketing plans.