Column: Downturn highlights value of travel agents

11/20/2008

Mark Murphy of TravelPulse.com explains how airlines are now realizing that their decision to end commissions for travel agents has actually raised rather than lower their expenses. Murphy says the economic downturn has forced all sorts of travel-related companies to re-evaluate their revenue streams and costs and what they've found is that agents are more valuable than previously thought.

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