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Happy #worldtourismday2022

We’ve come a long way together Taggers, with our valued partners and suppliers, surviving a pandemic and now working every day to thrive, grow, reconnect, reset and rebuild in an endemic, right?!

Enhancing our #customerexperience has been key; after all our customers are our heartbeat to our success. Our TAG (Travel Assignment Group) Management and Team have listened to our customers, to the importance of creating an ‘experience’ that keeps customers wanting more.

Team TAG has worked tirelessly on finding solutions in a ‘problem riddled’ time; solutions through our world class technology and most notably it is ‘our people’ that created and nurtured a better user experience.

We’ll foster excellence and will continue to bring our customers constructive feedback, better choices, sound advice and effective communication.

“Control the controllables”.
Focus and Effort.
Control both
And you’ll
be unstoppable!

Thank you to our loyal customers, partners, suppliers, friends and family who have journeyed with us so far.

As we #rethinktourism together, we promise to always ‘do it differently’ and with that bringing you the best experience.

That’s the TAG way!

#travelupdates #newsonline
SA/UAE – Dubai-based airline Emirates says it will ramp up its flights in SA by adding services to Jhb, Cape Town & Durban
Abu Dhabi-bound pax must arrive early at airport. Etihad Airways has informed agents that due to higher demand & seasonality, it’s expecting a large no. of pax to travel from Jhb to Abu Dhabi & onwards until Jan 16, resulting in clients’ airport experience taking longer than usual
UK – MSC Cruises updates covid-19 regulations
Thailand – to remove all COVID-19 entry requirements for international travellers from Oct 1
UK/US – Delta Air Lines is adding three UK routes to its transatlantic services next summer
France – Air France has introduced new menus at its Paris CDG lounges in partnership with chefs Alain Ducasse, Francois Adamski & Chloé Charles
Bermuda Tourism – “Open For Business”. Hurricane Fiona passed roughly 75 miles to the west of Bermuda, giving the island a healthy dose of wind & rain. But the island says it is already back & open for tourism business.
US – Tropical Storm Ian, currently brewing in the western Caribbean on Sunday, is expected to shortly become a hurricane – a potential Category 3 according to some forecasters – and is taking aim at the state of Florida. Keep an eye on latest updates as they come in.

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