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This article brought to you courtesy of Cindy Passannante, CP Trips, Inc., Gresham Outlook Insider Travel Expert.

Cindy Passannante

Travel technology has improved, making it possible to book a dream vacation with just a few taps of our fingertips - BUT in other ways, the process of trip planning is infinitely more complex. Here are some thoughts to consider. 

Book with someone with airfare expertise:  Air is going to be very, very complicated going forward, with ever-changing flight schedules, rules, entry requirements and more. 

Book each component of your trip with the same advisor:  You want to coordinate your travel itinerary to make it all feel seamless.  

Plan in advance - and plan to have those plans change: The combination of flight cancellations, changing rules and restrictions, lockdowns and border closing, and other factors is going to make travel a lot harder to predict.  

Have a positive travel attitude:  Genuine, caring interactions and attention to travel etiquette go a long way.

Look into travel protection:  It never has been more important to be safeguarded if things go wrong, whether that means personal safety or protecting your financial investment with trip insurance. 

Know who to call if something goes wrong: Call your Travel Advisor first but that may not be enough. It could be your consulate, the hotel's front desk, your credit card company or someone else - Prepare a list of travel emergency contacts complete with phone numbers and email addresses, print it out and keep it with you.

CP Trips can help you make arrangements for your trip and take care of the details.

CP Trips, Inc.

Damascus. OR


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