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ASTA to roll with the changes a Trump presidency may bring: Travel Weekly

ASTA to roll with the changes a Trump presidency may bring: Travel Weekly

Host agency panelists talk tech, multiple affiliations: Travel Weekly

Addressing both veteran and novice agents, executives on a CruiseWorld panel had the same message for all: Now is the best time to be a travel seller.

TSA to market PreCheck, limit role of airlines: Travel Weekly

The agency envisions a future in which many travelers speed through PreCheck, just as E-ZPass and other electronic toll collection services have resulted in more drivers using the electronic lanes than the less-efficient manned lanes.

No call for panic: You can still show your driver’s license to board a plane: Travel Weekly

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Pittsburgh airport to allow non-passengers in secured areas: Travel Weekly

Renovated cruise terminal reopens in Seattle: Travel Weekly

Renovated cruise terminal reopens in Seattle: Travel Weekly

Vacations said to benefit employers as well as workers: Travel Weekly

When employees take vacations, companies see higher levels of revenue and productivity, said Bruce Elliott, manager of compensation benefits at the Society for Human Resource Managers.

After a year of parks, Tourism Cares puts its focus on cities: Travel Weekly

This year the nonprofit will partner with the United Nations World Tourism Organization, with its secretary general Taleb Rifai endorsing its Good Travels Advisor program and networking/engagement support to drive awareness.

Millennials like tailored vacations, so can agents benefit?: Travel Weekly

Millennials like tailored vacations, so can agents benefit?

Airfares expected to drop with Southwest's arrival in Hawaii: Travel Weekly

Chief revenue officer Andrew Watterson told Hawaiian media that Southwest's future competitors in Hawaii are charging fares that are above what it would charge in identical markets.

A couple of weeks ago, Travel Weekly reporter Robert Silk signed up for Clear, the privately run identity-authentication service that by the end of this month will offer fast-tracked security clearance in 14 U.S. airports. On his return trip the next day, he was glad he did.

Clear could be an even better option than TSA PreCheck: Travel Weekly



Travel Leaders turning Vacation.com into online sales tool: Travel Weekly

The Vacation website will house content designed to capture consumer interest, and present those consumers with a travel agent who can fulfill their travel needs.

At 90, Schwartz still drawn to selling travel: Travel Weekly

Milie Schwartz got into the business nearly 60 years ago, building a long career as a successful agent, and she's not done yet.

TW Talks sessions center on technology and leadership: Travel Weekly

A new addition to CruiseWorld's programming this year: TW Talks, eight-minute presentations from industry leaders.

Consortia, franchise deals contribute to busy ASTA confab: Travel Weekly

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