A&K reports return to pre-COVID sales levels

Middle East, Europe and subcontinent among most favoured overseas destinations

Abercrombie & Kent says it is “quietly optimistic about the future” following a record fortnight of bookings post-COVID from the Australian market.

“In a sure sign that the world is opening up, sales have exceeded those for the corresponding weeks in 2019,” the luxury travel company said today [Wednesday 20 October 2021].

“Our guests are reacting favourably to the welcome news around border openings, achieved vaccination targets and resumption of international flights,” said Graham Wood, A&K Australia Managing Director.

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“Our Journey Designers are on hand to provide travellers with all they need to confidently make plans: from up-to-the-minute guidance on new travel protocols; navigating requirements at home and abroad; as well as tailoring the perfect experience in destination with insider tips, unique encounters and activities and special places to stay.

“It all ensures a seamless travel experience from beginning to end,” said Wood, who succeeded A&K’s long-standing Regional Managing Director for Australia/Asia, Sujata Raman, in May.


Abercrombie & Kent said demand remains strong for domestic travel well into 2022, coupled with a “good cross-section of international destinations”, including Egypt, Israel, Oman and Morocco to Italy, Croatia, France and Iceland, Sri Lanka and India. A&K’s epic expeditions to Antarctica and the Northwest Passage are also generating renewed interest.

“Enquiry is also high for Japan, Norway, Turkey and Costa Rica,” the company concluded.

Images courtesy of Abercrombie & Kent – Lead image: Morocco

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