Titan Travel promises it’s still committed to working with agents

By Lisa James
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Titan Travel has moved to allay agents’ concerns over future working relationships after sister brand Saga’s decision to sell through a smaller number of trade partners from now on.

From next month, Saga has narrowed the number of partners it will work with and has said it will not deal directly with any agents who are not on the list.

Saga’s decision led to a backlash among agents, many of whom said they felt let down after supporting Saga for years – and particularly during the pandemic.

Several on the Travel Gossip Facebook page asked for clarification about Titan, which is part of the Saga travel group.

Titan Travel CEO John Constable said: “Titan’s relationship with agents remains unchanged and continues to be a key focus in Titan’s ongoing strategy and future growth plans.

“Led by [Head of Trade Sales] Edwina Coppock, we have a strong, dedicated trade team who continue to provide our trade partners across the UK with the best possible service and support they need throughout their clients’ Titan journey.

“As travel restrictions continue to ease, we’re confident that 2022 will be an exciting and prosperous year for travel.

“We have lots of exciting things planned for the year ahead which the trade is a very important part of and look forward to developing our trade relationships, both now and in the future, to create more perfect moments for agents and their clients.”  

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