The Travel Corporation (TTC) says it’s making it easier for Agents to find client bookings and information through a new online initiative.

Called ‘My Travel Portal’, is designed to help Travel Agents save time by placing all necessary client information and travel plans in one location.

It’s the place to go to for TTC branded e-documentation, client contact details and more, and it’s accessible to Agents and their clients.

Image: Corinne Kutz/Unsplash

Image: Corinne Kutz/Unsplash

Meaning, consultants will be able to save trees by allowing their customers to view itineraries via a mobile device rather than in paper format.

It’s also got features that allow users to share trip information via social media, take trip notes in their journal and chat to their fellow guests as well as their TTC brand Travel Director.

Another key feature of the new website is that Agents can populate it with vital information such as emergency contact details should, which are easily accessible in the event of an unforeseen circumstance.


Brett Tollman, TTC Chief Executive said the group is proud of My Travel Portal, which was built with Travel Agents in mind.

“At TTC, we take immense pride in the trust and valuable relationships we have built across the industry globally and we continually strive to equip agents with the best tools for success.”

Brett Tollman, TTC Chief Executive

“Given that sustainable tourism practices are a cornerstone of what we stand for at TTC, we are delighted to confirm our roll-out of e-documentation and partnership with One Tree Planted, who share our vision for preserving the environment for future generations.

“With the help of all those who opt out of paper documents, we will be able to make a significant impact. We thank our partners in advance for all that they will do to educate their clients on the power of travel for good.”

For initial launch, the singular platform encompasses Trafalgar, Contiki and CostSaver, with Insight Vacations, Luxury Gold to activate by end of March. U by Uniworld and Uniworld will follow shortly thereafter this year, and then additional brands from the TTC portfolio will be added to MTP in due course.

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