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Last updated: 06:46 PM ET, Mon May 21 2018 MTravel Named 'Best Host Agency' by SoCal ASTA MTravel Hosting Services, the host agency division of Corporate Travel Management, North America, was named “Best Host Agency” by the Southern California Chapter of the American Society of Travel Agents. Six Senses Releases Impressive Sustainability Results Hotel & Resort ASTA is the largest association of travel professionals in the world and its SoCal Chapter is one of the more robust and active local chapters in the organization. Nationally, ASTA represents 80 percent of all travel sold in the United States through the travel agency distribution channel. MTravel received the award at the Diamond Awards Ceremony on April 25, 2018, at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The “Best Host Agency” and other Diamond awards recognize and honor “professionals and organizations who have made outstanding, unique, lasting, and extraordinary contributions to the travel industry” as stated by SoCal ASTA, which was celebrating its 83rd Anniversary. Salv Silvera, Senior Vice President of MTravel Hosting Services and Leisure in North America, received the award on behalf of her company. “I would like to take this opportunity to recognize our wonderful MTravel team and agents, who each have an incredible passion for this business,” Silvera said in a statement. “MTravel has long been raising the bar of service and support for our independent contractors and travel agents. I’m very proud to be part of this Host Agency as we continue to expand on the great service MTravel is known for providing.” MTravel’s Loris Fusco, was also in attendance and named a finalist for the SoCal ASTA “Mentor Travel Advisor of the Year” Diamond Award.
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The circumstances of the crash, which occurred in North Hwanghae province, near the border with South Korea, remained unclear on Monday, and there was limited coverage in China’s state-run news media. An English-language channel affiliated with China Central Television, the state broadcaster, reported on Twitter that the bus had fallen from a bridge. The post was later deleted. Chinese state television broadcast images of an overturned blue bus and what appeared to be medical workers tending to injured passengers. The images, taken at night, showed heavy rain. President Xi Jinping of China instructed the authorities to “take all necessary measures” to save the injured tourists and to care for the relatives of those who were injured or killed in the crash, according to Chinese news reports. Simon Cockerell, general manager of Koryo Tours, an agency in Beijing that organizes travel to North Korea, said that traffic accidents involving tourists were infrequent. He said he had visited the North 169 times but had only been involved in one accident. “Certainly, they have problems with infrastructure and that doesn’t help with road safety,” he said.
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