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In the year since the Key Travel booking channel launched last March, they have supported numerous university programs and group travel for faculty, staff, and students across campus. Key Travel has supported travel for ten programs and nine groups across several university departments. Additionally, they have issued more than 3,300 airline tickets for faculty, staff, and students since the launch in March 2023.

In February, Key Travel agents Marina and Cynthia helped many prospective students book flights to campus from various cities around the world for the annual Knight-Hennessy Scholars Immersion Weekend.

“Marina and Cynthia are extremely helpful and solution-oriented,” said Deborah Costa-Stone, Director of Finance and Operations, Knight-Hennessy Scholars. “All of the agents were thoughtful and responsive. I worked especially closely with Marina - who frequently hopped on the phone with me to discuss complex cases - and Cynthia who did the same. It has been such a pleasure to work with the Key Travel team. They have been superb partners and I hope we have the chance to work with them again,” said Deborah.

Key Travel continues to provide flexible academic international fares and is the recommended option when booking complex travel, such as:

  • Booking multiple travelers in the same airline record
  • Multiple stops in different cities/countries
  • Remote destinations
  • Fly America Act Travel accommodation for medical needs and accessibility

Key Travel is one of four booking channels within the Stanford Travel Program. Booking channels like Key Travel are specifically selected to be in the Stanford Travel program based on their travel industry expertise, benefits for travelers, and excellent customer support. To learn more about Key Travel’s unique offerings and benefits, visit the Key Travel system page.

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