Research Finds Flying Is Low-Risk
November 17, 2020

There seems to be a common misconception among the public that air travel is a high-risk activity when it comes to COVID-19. However, new research from the Aviation Public Health Initiative—a project of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health—indicates otherwise. Phase one of its ongoing research on strategies and practices to reduce the […]

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The Past, Present and Future of Student Group Travel
November 13, 2020

Looking Back and Forward with SYTA and BONARD In 2019, SYTA and BONARD joined forces to create the Student Travel Business Barometer, tracking the industry at its healthiest. The Barometer’s original intent was to create a baseline for student travel, showing how the industry was growing during its most successful year yet. With responses from […]

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Skills Travel Professionals Will Need for Recovery
November 4, 2020

Those in the travel industry are faced with challenges unlike any that have been seen in the past. In addition to adapting to changes brought on by the current pandemic, travel professionals are having to build a new set of skills to best serve travelers and their evolving needs. New research from Amadeus outlines key […]

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Clean Out Your Inbox!
October 21, 2020

Though spring is usually when “spring cleaning” occurs, that doesn’t mean your inbox has to stay in hopeless disarray until the next time the tulips bloom. Not only will getting your digital mailbox organized help you when it comes time to find something you actually need, it’s also likely to lighten your overall feeling of […]

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How to Stay Informed and Engaged
October 1, 2020

With news and current events swirling around us at what seems like the speed of light, it’s understandable to feel like you can’t keep up. However, it’s critical to do so. Use the below tips to up your game, while ensuring the information you’re reading is credible. 1. Determine who your go-to sources for knowledge […]

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