Holiday Extras helps travel trade recovery

Holiday Extras is making it easier for agents to boost earnings from travel add-ons, by offering a booking service via its agent Website. By providing a customer contact number, the operator will make a customer’s add-on booking for its partners, but will still pay full commission. The company's head of partnerships, David Stratton, said: “Following the volcano chaos we are providing our partners the best opportunity to recover some of the lost revenue this situation has caused. It’s during challenging and unexpected times like these that the value of working in partnership with us comes to the fore." For more information visit www.holidayextras.co.uk

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