ATP

Gisa Kusserow-Hanson
AlliedTPro
501 7th Avenue, Suite 1610
New York, NY 10018
212.596.1000
gisa.hanson@alliedtpro.com
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AlliedTPro has been a prominent leader in the U.S. inbound market for more than 60 years and has served more than 600 of the most successful tour and travel providers all around the world. AlliedTPro offers top-notch customer service throughout all distinct product lines, including FIT, VIP concierge/custom FIT, self-drive tours, escorted coach tours, group travel, meetings and incentives, thematic and experiential travel and corporate travel.

 Business classification: 

  •  Inbound/Receptive Tour Operator 

 Type of travelers:

  • Group
  • Customized
  • Leisure
  • Corporate
  • FIT
  • MICE

 Percentage of business that is:

  •  100% – B2B – Business-to-Business

 Percentage of business that is international inbound to the U.S.: 90

 Hotel types utilized by your travelers: 

  •  Budget/Economy
  • Standard/Moderate
  • First Class/Superior
  • Luxury/Deluxe

 Number of years conducting international inbound travel to the U.S.: 60

Percentage of travelers during: 

  • Winter: 20%
  • Spring: 30%
  • Summer: 30%
  • Fall: 20%

Types of products purchased:

  • Accommodations
  • Dining
  • Entrance Tickets
  • One-Day Tours
  • Shopping
  • Transportation

How do you contract with hotels/suppliers: 

  • Static Rates
  • Connectivity
  • Group Rates

Types of packages offered: 

  • Cultural/Historical Tours
  • Custom Tours (Shopping, Sports, Luxury, Culinary)
  • Entertainment/Special Events
  • National Parks
  • Adventure/Outdoor Tours

Languages Offered:

Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi, Russian, Hungarian, Turkish, Croatian

U.S. destinations served: 

  • Entire United States

Top markets served (countries of origination):

India, Europe, UK, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, South Africa, Canada

What’s Trending?

The consumer perception of luxury travel has evolved, as travelers now are looking for unique experiences, flexibility and customization, and they are willing to pay more to get it.  This aligns well with ATP’s strategy as its focus is on travelers requiring a higher level of service and flexibility.

What are you looking for from Suppliers/DMOs in 2024/2025: 

Stratigic partnership building with longterm growth goals. Additional product in second and third tier destinations – starting with hotels. Static Net rates and dynamic connectivity. Unique luxury properties (B&Bs, Small Inns, Glamping). Bookable attractions with sensible payment options (payment at time of booking is not preferred for International Inbound).