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DEAR TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER: Before the pandemic, I paid $1,025 for an annual travel insurance policy through Allianz for my wife and me. She’s in her 70s, and I’m in my 80s. Then COVID-19 came along, and we had to cancel everything we planned to do in Europe. So our policy became useless.
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Here's a new twist on the old sales adage, "Don't sell out of your own pocketbook:" "The client's experience is not the same as the advisor's experience of the pandemic." The latter quote comes from David Kolner, Virtuoso's senior vice president of network products and strategies. That is the message he's been sharing of late…
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WASHINGTON - U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement on the announcement that President Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson have agreed in advance of the G7 summit to reopen travel between their two countries as soon as possible:

Danish executive Mads Ryder recently quit his post as chief executive of fine-china manufacturer Lenox Corp., after tiring of international travel restrictions that hampered travel between his company in the U.S. and his family in Europe.
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Climate change, rather than the pandemic, will drive the latest business travel trend tipped for next year — the cluster meeting. These are meetings that will have the lowest carbon emissions possible at their core, rather than restrictions dictated by coronavirus, and they’ll mostly avoid flying. For an international company planning a large gathering, for…
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