There has been a rise in travel agencies seeking to hire veterans and members of veteran families such as spouses to solve the industry's agent shortage problem, according to Travel Leaders Group's Ninan Chacko. Desirable qualities such as compassion, leadership and drive make veterans great candidates, Nexion President Jackie Friedman said.
United Airlines is partnering with The Private Suite to offer some travelers a luxury experience at Los Angeles International Airport that includes private security screening, private suites and chauffeur services to take them directly to the aircraft.
Aman, formerly Amanresorts, plans to grow slowly as it maintains its fiercely loyal following, one that the 33-hotel chain has cultivated without a loyalty program. Many guests will connect multiple Aman properties as part of an extended vacation, said Chief Marketing Officer Jane Mackie.
Chattanooga, which is located at the base of the Appalachian Mountains in Tennessee, offers visitors a wide variety of outdoor adventures. Travelers can explore the underground Lookout Mountain Caverns during a lantern-lit Ruby Falls tour, zip line at 35 mph at ZIPStream Aerial Adventure and scale a 60-foot outdoor climbing wall at the Highpoint Climbing and Fitness Gym.
With travelers expected to fly in record numbers due to bargain fares this summer, US airlines and the TSA are prepared to handle the rise in passengers. This summer, the TSA is adding an extra 1,000 officers at screening areas and airlines are deploying heavier schedules, with an extra 116,000 seats per day.
Bad reviews can hurt a business, but an agent can't please everyone, Tammy Levent writes. To combat bad reviews, agents can follow the trend of reviewing the negative reviewer and can keep track of bad reviews while learning how to deal with different client personalities.
Men are accused for not knowing their own weakness, yet, perhaps, as few know their own strength. It is in men as in soils, where sometimes there is a vein of gold, which the owner knows not of.