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  • Gen Y families are turning to travel agents
  • Gen Y families are turning to travel agents
    Cacaye (2014) ©
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Gen Y families are turning to travel agents

High street travel agencies have had a tough time as people opt for comparison sites and direct booking options. But one demographic is breathing new life into the industry, as Gen Y families recognise the benefits of booking their holiday through a travel agent.

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