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Hurdles ahead for advisors
As travel ramps up, travel professionals face a slew of challenges, including staffing shortages, burnout, high prices and low availability.
History has proven that the travel trade is a resilient group: From airline commission caps and cuts in the mid-’90s to 9/11, the Great Recession and more, travel advisors have overcome challenges to stand the test of time.
The pandemic presented perhaps the biggest test for the trade. First, there was the shrieking halt to all travel. Then came the rebooking cycle, again and again, often with no compensation for advisors, who are typically paid at or shortly after the client’s time of travel.
And although many signs are now pointing to a period of meaningful recovery — many agencies are busier than ever — serious challenges remain.
First, the good news. Recent data from Allianz Partners, which analyzed over 1 million travel itineraries, found that summer travel will be up 16% this year compared with the last, and travel to Europe this summer will soar 600% year over year.
And a Travel Weekly reader poll found that more than half of respondents’ clients are planning and booking travel and are enthusiastic about traveling now. Further, more than three-quarters of respondents said they were optimistic about their agency’s future, and only 6% said they were not.
The same poll asked advisors to identify the biggest challenges on their path forward.
One simply responded, “Everything.”
From staffing issues throughout the industry, to burnout, to pricing and availability, here are the largest hurdles advisors identified for the month. (from travelweekly)
Air Canada launches its non-stop service between Milan and Montreal
Air Canada is the only airline to offer year-round nonstop flights between Italy and Canada.
Air Canada has launched its year-round nonstop service between Milan Malpensa and Montreal, flying up to five-times weekly. The new service operates onwards from Montreal to Toronto, offering even greater travel choice to customers flying from Italy to Canada. With the introduction of this new route, the airline’s first-ever service between Milan and Montreal, Air Canada is the only airline to offer year-round nonstop flights between Italy and Canada.( from traveldailynews)
Summer festivals are heating up the Caribbean once again
After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, the region is brimming once again with dance, brilliant costumes, music, regattas, rum, food and sights and sounds in events that showcase the diversity of the islands.
The 27th Reggae Sumfest returns from July 18 to 23 in Montego Bay. Jamaica's premier music festival coincides with the country's yearlong celebration of the 60th anniversary of its independence. Underscoring the importance of Sumfest, tourism minister Edmund Bartlett said, "Reggae Sumfest is known to be the greatest reggae show in the world. Jamaica is its birthplace, so we are excited to be partners in this to make sure that more and more people come to us." (from travelweekly)
拉斯维加斯永利酒店(Wynn Las Vegas)正在对该酒店的2674间客房、套房、电梯大堂和度假大楼走廊进行17年历史上最大规模的重新设计。拉斯维加斯永利酒店位于拉斯维加斯，是家5星级酒店。距离威尼斯人酒店步行9分钟。
Big changes are afoot at Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas is in the midst of the most extensive redesign of its 2,674 guestrooms, suites, elevator lobbies and resort tower corridors in its 17-year history.
The project, to be completed in June 2022, is intended to give travelers a sense of escapism that feels instantly comfortable and familiar, resort officials said in a news release.
With soft hues and layers of patterns and textures, each room is being given wood-accent walls, a range of functional and atmospheric lighting, luxurious textiles and linens and accents of natural stone, decorative metal and original artwork. (from travelweekly)
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