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CBSSports.com

Minnesota travel, ticket agencies: 'Be warned' of Eagles fans, who are like 'gangs'
CBSSports.com
First comes the narration from reporter Rob Olson, who says Sunday "could be a fun day but also comes with a warning" and then doubles down on his weary approach from the get-go: "If you're planning to go to the game in Philly or even thinking about it ...

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Travel Agent

Uniworld's Kristian Anderson Named CLIA Trade Relations Chair
Travel Agent
The Trade Relations Committee works to empower travel agencies and agents to grow consumer, media and industry awareness about the merits of cruise travel and CLIA's longstanding commitment to safety, security, health and sustainability across the ...
Uniworld's Kristian Anderson Named Chair of CLIA Trade Relations CommitteeTravel Market Report

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Tornos News International Edition (press release)

ASTA president: US travel agents invest in Greece as a leading tourist destination
Tornos News International Edition (press release)
"My mother taught about Greece in American schools all her life, and when she finally got to visit the Acropolis her eyes filled with tears. I am sure that when I go up there, I will also cry..." This touching little story, revealed by the President of ...



Travel Agent

Royal Caribbean Offers Personality Quiz for Travelers
Travel Agent
The company has partnered with many Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, government agencies, and training and development consultants. Royal Caribbean International sails 24 cruise ships to popular destinations in Bermuda, the Caribbean ...

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Travel Weekly

Clients should be made aware of passport expiration rules
Travel Weekly
Mark Pestronk Q: Is there really a law that requires that my U.S. passport be valid for six months after I travel to a foreign country? If so, what law is it, who applies it and what happens if a client doesn't obey it? Could a travel agency be liable ...



Ninan Chacko and Gail Grimmett of Travel Leaders Group to Speak at The New York Times Travel Show
PR Newswire (press release)
The Focus Conferences' all new content emphasizes one-of- a-kind experiences available for travel industry clients, and vital marketing strategies and best practices to drive revenue. Travel Leaders CEO Ninan Chacko, CTC, leads one of North America's ...

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ecns

Travel agency in Heilongjiang charged with cheating
ecns
A travel agency was charged with cheating in the village of Xuexiang, a booming winter tourist resort in China's northeastern province of Heilongjiang. "We spent nine months sharpening the knife and the rest of a year slaughtering sheep," said a local ...

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Bloomberg

China Bans South Korean Tour Groups, Say Travel Agencies
Bloomberg
Tour agencies in China's Shandong province said they received notification from the government of a ban on group trips to South Korea, in a further signal that Beijing isn't adopting a fast approach to restoring normal ties with Seoul. A Shandong ...
South Korean inbound travel agency says China bans group tours to SouthReuters
Promises, promises ... but still no end to China's ban on group tours to South KoreaSouth China Morning Post
Global Times: Chinese Travel Agencies Selling Group Tours to S. KoreaKBS WORLD Radio News

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TTG Asia

Philippine associations join forces to reclaim passport processing role
TTG Asia
Six Philippine travel agencies associations have joined forces in a bid to restore their passport processing services, which the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) temporarily shelved in July last year. The coalition comprises the Philippine Travel ...

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South China Morning Post

Two Hong Kong travel agencies apologise as hackers demand payment for stolen customer data
South China Morning Post
The computers at two Hong Kong travel agencies were hacked this week, as perpetrators held sensitive personal information ransom with one seeking a payout in bitcoin. The latest incidents involve the second and third travel agencies admitting falling ...

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