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The Travel Agent Arbiter Program is headquartered at 1952 Gallows Road, Suite 302, Vienna, VA 22182. The Arbiter's office has complete indexes of all its decisions. The cases summarized here are those ...

The Travel Agent Arbiter Program is headquartered at 1952 Gallows Road, Suite 302, Vienna, VA 22182. The Arbiter's office has complete indexes of all its decisions. The cases summarized here are those ...

The purpose of this chapter is to explain certain provisions of the Agent Reporting Agreement, the meaning of which has resulted in confusion among travel agents. This page also contains a summary of ...

As in any industry, travel industry suppliers may experience financial problems. This chapter will summarize the bankruptcy legal process and provide suggestions on how agencies can protect their cust ...

The hardest decision you will make in picking a computer for your home-office is the choice between a laptop and a desktop. You may also want to consider both. If you only want one computer and desire ...

The software you will need as a home-based travel agent will start with basic needs of any home-office. ...

Nearly all suppliers provide information, services, and tools via the web and Internet enabled applications. Internet access is what is going to get you on-line to browse and search through that wealt ...

The technology profile for an agency that is either a home-based (hosted) or bricks and mortar location with a sales volume of up to $2 million typically supports 2-3 agents. ...

All agencies, regardless of size, need Internet access and e-mail capabilities. The extent of these capabilities is defined largely by agency size and availability in your agency's area. Dial-up Inter ...

The tools that will allow you to run your business. While there are several options that are well-suided for agencies, small home-based agencies may be best served with an off-the-shelf product. ...

The Airlines Reporting Corporation's (ARC) recommended security practices for agencies approved prior to March 31, 1996, with one exception, are now mandatory for all agents. These revised rules inclu ...

To better understand the importance of travel health and safety, Dr. Bradley Connor, medical director of the New York Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine and chairman of the International Society ...

The tools that will allow you to run your business. ...

This is a grouping of products that range from point of sale and commission tracking software for smaller agencies, to full mid-office automation products for large agencies. ...

Your presence on the web is as critical today as a sign outside your office was 20 years ago. What do want to project? Who can build it for you? What are the implications of presenting an online booki ...

Many travel agents consider joining a cooperative or consortium to take advantage of the efficiencies these organizations offer. ...

Longstanding DOT rules require travel sellers to disclose code share arrangements by providing consumers with the corporate name and by any other name under which service is held out to the public of ...

Carriers developed frequent flyer programs in the 1980s as a customer loyalty tool. Over the years, frequent flyer programs have been the subject of much scrutiny and ongoing debate by industry execut ...

These are the thousands of international members within ASTA. These members, when properly connected with your business, are the equivalent of having a branch office in 135 countries around the world. ...

Over the past few years, charter rules have been relaxed to make lower cost air transportation available to more people. Public charters can be purchased from a tour operator, travel agent or sometime ...

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ASTA - American Society of Travel Agents
675 N Washington St, Ste 490
Alexandria, VA 22314 U.S.A.