Cunard Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises all are extending their 2019 journey advisor fee tiers via the close of 2022, echoing an action formerly declared by Carnival Cruise Line.
The cruise traces had beforehand introduced that commission tiers would be maintained through 2021, so this week’s announcement extends this defense for an added 12 months. Commissions are normally commensurate with sailed booking volumes.
“Our travel partners are passionately committed to Cunard, and are critically key to our company,” mentioned Jamie Paiko, vice president of revenue, Cunard North America. “We are especially grateful for their steadfast dedication to Cunard in 2020, and will guard their fee levels by way of 2022.”
The other lines’ executives had identical views. “In gratitude for the perform travel advisors have accomplished for the duration of the previous year and as a testament to our partnership, we wished to assure travel advisors that we are protecting their commission stages,” said John Chernesky, Princess Cruises’ senior vice
“Holland The united states Line appreciates the support and organization initiatives of journey advisors for the duration of these hard situations,” claimed Michelle Sutter, vice president, North The united states revenue, Holland America Line. “We are partners in this journey and will have to lean into our collective group as we go forward to a return to cruise. Our concentrate is to do every little thing we can to guidance the pursuit of cruise product sales and reassure journey advisors that, the moment we are back in whole swing, they will be in a solid placement for achievement.”
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