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ASTA Destination Expo 2018 Expected to Benefit Greek Tourism

Athens is preparing to host the ASTA Destination Expo 2018, the annual international conference of the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).

Athens to Host ‘ASTA Destination EXPO 2018’

Athens, Greece, will host the “ASTA Destination Expo 2018”, the annual international conference of the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).

HACT: Greece to See Rise in Visitors, Tourism Revenue from the U.S.

The Hellenic-American Chamber of Tourism expects Greece to see a rise in visitor numbers and tourism revenue from the United States this year.

ASTA Considers Athens to Host 2018 Destination Expo

The American Society of Travel Agents is considering Athens as the next city to host the 2018 Destination Expo, among other candidate cities such as Hanoi, Aquamba and Tel-Aviv.

Study: Travel Agents Save Consumers Time, Money

Travel agents save consumers four hours in travel planning and an average $452 per trip, according to new research by the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).
Posted On 04 May 2016

Travel Agents Still the Go-to Persons

Technology and the Internet may have made traveling much easier, but holidaymakers still prefer the face-to-face advice of a professional travel operator when planning their future vacation, according to the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).

ASTA Says “Vague” Government Travel Warnings Hurt Industry

The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) expressed its concern on Tuesday that vague, generalized worldwide travel warnings that offer no country-specific details can be confusing to travelers and risk discouraging travel across the board.
Posted On 02 Dec 2015

HATTA Honors Leading Figures of Greek Tourism

The Hellenic Association of Travel & Tourist Agencies (HATTA) honored leading figures of Greek tourism during its annual general assembly held last week in Athens.
Posted On 07 Apr 2015

CRS Fees On the Verge of Distinction

The U.S. government hopes to prop up suffering airlines at the expense of another profession - travel agents. The Department of Transportation says it is considering outlawing "incentive fees" that computer-reservation systems pay to encourage agents to use their networks.
Posted On 01 Oct 2003

American Travel Agents Want Secret Service For Air Travel Security

In response to the recent U.S. national disaster and the nation's clear need for enhanced airline security measures, the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) has sent a letter to its congress outlining its suggestions for keeping America's skies safe.