The new ta: Service at the finish should get better | current tourism

DER Touristik no longer prints catalogs under the Jahn Reisen brand, Wolters Reisen is repositioning itself after the time under TUI management – and Alltours boss Willi Verhuven lays the foundation for the growth strategy for the next few years: a lot is changing in the tourism industry at the moment , the organizers are no exception.

The cover story of the new issue of touristik aktuell (ta 41-42 / 2021) shows that not everything is going smoothly. The article entitled “There is a problem with on-site service” deals with the criticism from travel agencies and package tour customers that the tour operators in the target area no longer offer the service they are accustomed to.

This is due to the current need to save, the good news is: If the number of guests continues to grow as last, the number of tour guides should, among other things, rise again to the pre-Corona level. Our survey of the week on page 4 shows that there is still a long way to go.

The topics at a glance

  • Survey of the week: How important is the tour guide on site?
  • Aida Cruises: New commission model and ambitious goals
  • Learning idea: More train travel in Europe
  • Alltours: the cornerstone for growth
  • Wolters: Round trip specialist is repositioning itself
  • Travel to the power of three: travel agency anniversary in turbulent times
  • Steigenberger: New design brand with Porsche
  • Italy: The hotel concept of Alberghi Diffusi
  • Tourist Corps: Tourist Boards auf Roadshow
  • Southern Africa: This is what the organizers are offering for the comeback
  • Specials: Australia / New Zealand | Balearic Islands / Canaries | technology

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