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Airlines connect the world, and they also connect all the components of travel, from cruising to tours to hotels.
We’ve brought on Steve Sear, a top executive at Delta Air Lines, to talk with host Rebecca Tobin and aviation editor Robert Silk about leisure and corporate travel demand; vaccine mandates; training Delta flight attendants and other employees to identify unruly-passenger behavior; and how travel advisors (and travelers) can keep up with the ever-changing business of flying.
We’re starting this episode with an excellent piece of news for travel: That the U.S. will reopen to international travelers, starting in November.
This conversation was recorded Tuesday, Sept. 21 and has been edited for length and clarity.
This episode of the Folo is sponsored by Hurtigruten Expeditions.
Learn more about its once-in-a-lifetime Galapagos cruises at its website
or agent portal.
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