4. Aggregator-sites for bookings profit both from tourists and hotels.
Aggregator sites have spoiled us with low prices, and today, looking for a hotel without their help is kinda unimaginable. However, sometimes booking a hotel room directly with the hotel is more profitable.
Hotel owners pay aggregators a considerable commission for attracting customers and therefore, end up losing their profits. Therefore, hotels can offer pleasant discounts to customers who don’t use the services of intermediaries and who just come directly to the hotel.
5. Airport employees might ask you wild questions, and it’s not because they feel interested in how you are doing.
When passing through security at an airport, a security officer sometimes asks strange questions: Where are you flying? Who packed your suitcase? Who are you going with? Some of these questions might sound silly from a passenger’s point of view, but security officers ask them for a reason.
Employees evaluate the degree of adequacy of the tourist who is going to board the aircraft. Gestures, facial expressions, and intonation can reveal a potential troublemaker, even before the flight.