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ASTA: Travel Tops Wish List of American Consumers

Travel tops the priority list of consumers in the United States, according to research by the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA).

CDC Revises Cruise Travel Advisory but Stills Sees ‘High’ Risk

The CDC has lowered the risk level for cruise travel but advises travelers to make sure they are up to date with Covid-19 vaccines before boarding a cruise ship.

WTTC Welcomes $14bn Support Package for US Airlines 

US airlines are set to receive renewed financial backing to tune of the $14 billion after Unites States' lawmakers approved a new payroll assistance package.

Rhodes to Host ‘ASTA International Showcase’ Event in 2019

The island of Rhodes in 2019 will host the ASTA International Showcase, an event organized by the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA).

ASTA: Greek Tourism Ministry Most Supportive in the World

The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) has lauded Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura for her support in promoting tourism and fostering ties between Greece and the US.

ASTA: American Society of Travel Agents Rebranded to ‘Travel Advisors’

The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) has rebranded to the "American Society of Travel Advisors" and launched a new marketing campaign — “We’ll take you there”.

ASTA 2018 Meet in Athens Exceeds Expectations

The participation of US and Greek travel agents at the ASTA Destination Expo 2018 in Athens has exceeded expectations, according to the organizers.

Greek Tourism Minister Completes US Visit on Positive Note

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura completed her US visit with a series of meetings, highlighting the investment opportunities in Greece.

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).

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.