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IATA, IATAN Partner with ARC to Offer Travel & Tourism Diploma Courses for US Travel Agents

Montreal -The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Airlines Travel Agent Network (IATAN), a department of IATA serving the US travel and tourism industry, announced that IATA’s globally recognized travel and tourism diploma courses are now being offered to existing and aspiring travel industry professionals based in the US, in partnership with the Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC).

Authored by highly regarded industry experts, the Travel and Tourism Diploma courses are aimed at equipping students with practical, and relevant industry knowledge and skills that are highly valued by employers. While the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the travel and tourism industries, US domestic traffic is recovering rapidly. IATA and Tourism Economics recently forecast a global return to pre-pandemic passenger numbers in 2023. By completing the diploma courses, travel professionals can ensure they are fully prepared to take advantage of emerging…

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