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3. The Travel Agent Problem

Paul Michaels1  
Derbyshire, UK

Travel agents started around the end of the 19th century. The idea being that they would organize your holiday for you and, in return, they would take a fee for doing so. A modern travel agent will organize flights (some even have their own airlines), book hotels or accommodation, arrange transport to and from the airport, and offer excursions and trips.


I’m writing this in a unique time. I live in the UK, and the country, and indeed the world, has been thrown into turmoil by a pandemic, the like of which hasn’t been seen for 100 years! This is a relevant point because the subject ...

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