Leaders In Travel is aligned with key industry associations and organizations which provide our agency the leverage and buying power of over $4.35 billion in annual sales, as well as ongoing training and educational opportunities for our staff. As a result, our clients benefit from Leaders In Travel's highly competitive rates and a superior experience in their travels.
Signature Travel Network - Leaders In Travel is a proud member
of Signature Travel Network, the foremost travel cooperative of the
nation's most elite travel agencies, representing combined annual sales
exceeding $3.5 billion dollars among them. How do you benefit from our
affiliation? This enormous collective buying power brings our clients
cutting edge advantages such as highly competitive pricing, bonus
amenities and value-added features on hundreds of cruises, land
vacations and hotel & resort stays. In addition, our agency
receives special recognition and attention from industry suppliers to
assure our clients that each and every trip will meet and
exceed your expectations.
Tzell Travel Group - Leaders In Travel is a branch office of
what is ranked by Business Travel News as the nation's 4th largest
corporate travel management firm, with annual sales in excess of $850
million. What does this relationship mean for our clients? With this
clout and buying power comes strategic rates and contracts that often
offer our clients pricing advantages and special values with numerous
airline and hotel partners, in addition to helping clear wait lists and
obtain space during sold our or heavily booked situations.
IATA - The Air Transport Association (IATA) is an international trade body, representing some 230 airlines comprising 93% of scheduled international air traffic. The organization also represents, leads and serves the airline industry in general.
ASTA - American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) is the world's largest association of travel professionals, and the leading advocate for travel agents, the travel industry and the traveling public handling industry affairs, education, consumer affairs and consumer awareness.
ARC - ARC-Accredited Travel Agencies are professional travel organizations that issue tickets for travel. Having met the rigorous financial, personnel and ticket-security requirements and successfully completed stringent training and specialist testing, ARC-Accredited Travel Agencies demonstrate a commitment to the health and growth of their businesses and to the travel industry as a whole.
CLIA - Cruise Lines International Association is the world's largest cruise association and is dedicated to the promotion and growth of the cruise industry. CLIA is composed of 24 of the major cruise lines serving North America and is an organization that operates pursuant to an agreement filed with the Federal Maritime Commission under the Shipping Act of 1984 and serves as a non-governmental consultative organization to the International Maritime Organization, an agency of the United Nations.
The Travel Institute - formerly known as ICTA, is an international nonprofit organization that educates and certifies travel industry professionals at all career stages. Since its inception in 1964, the organization's mission has been to increase professionalism within the travel industry and to create national standards of excellence for travel professionals through its educational programs.