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travel agent

a person who owns, operates, or works for a travel agency.
a travel agency.
Origin of travel agent
1925-30 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for travel agent
  • The company is a web-only operation, which means there are no travel agent commissions factored into trip costs.
  • The travel agent deals with all the tricky paperwork.
  • Disintermediation has indeed come about, as any out-of-work travel agent or bookseller will tell you.
  • Customers can pay a bill, book a hotel room or place a bet without walking to the bank, travel agent or bookie.
  • In the past, planning a vacation meant calling a travel agent to book your tickets, hotel and activities.
  • Contact a cruise specialist travel agent to obtain information on packages she could put together for your group.
  • Do not try to make up a price when you call your travel agent.
  • If you used a travel agent or travel booking website, you must contact that source to cancel or change your itinerary.
  • Contact your travel agent and notify them of the cancellation.
  • Get referrals from colleagues and friends if you do not have a travel agent.

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