Travel Consultant Interview Preparation Guide
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Travel Consultant Frequently Asked Questions in various Travel Consultant job interviews by interviewer. The set of questions are here to ensures that you offer a perfect answer posed to you. So get preparation for your new job interview

70 Travel Consultant Questions and Answers:

1 :: Tell me what is the most rewarding part of being a Travel Agent?

Hearing the reviews of the customer, knowing that they enjoyed the whole experience of booking the holiday with us, and the holiday itself exceeding their dreams.

2 :: Tell us do you consider yourself a people person?

Yes I would consider my self a people person. I am a member of a boot camp and enjoy partaking in group activities here.

3 :: Tell me what are your 3 greatest weaknesses?

Cant Manipulate things, being diplomatic, and sensitive and emotional.

4 :: Suppose in this business we work on commission, are you okay with this?

Yes absolutely fine. The more I sell holidays the more make a commission and I increase the turn over for the company.

5 :: Tell me what is it that you find the most frustrating about working as a travel consultant?

Working as a travel consultant is mostly fun. The frustration part comes in rarely. When it does, it is usually a client not understanding that a particular flight delay or cancellation is not the consultant’s fault!

6 :: Tell me how do you think you would add value to this company?

This isn’t an invitation to boast - you are being asked to match your strengths to the qualities needed to do the job. Don’t forget, it’s a very specific question. Why are you suited to this job, as opposed to any other? Thorough employer research will save the day, as it will enable you to match your skills, interests and experience to the job role and the company.

7 :: Explain me an example of a time when you showed initiative?

If an interviewer asks you to describe a situation in which you showed initiative, avoid giving an example of an idea you had but never put into action. Employers need thinkers but they also want “doers”.

8 :: Tell me about your hobbies?

Everyone has their own hobbies so this question is pretty straightforward. Sports and fitness, travel and sight-seeing, film, music, languages are all good to mention. Try and demonstrate how your interests will make you particularly well suited for the travel job on offer.

9 :: Explain me do you have experience?

Working in a travel agency needs you to be patient, efficient, and you are to show your customer service skills. This job can be stressful if you are not mentally and physically ready. There could be a lot of challenges, which only experienced individuals can cope up with. Do you have previous experience? It is the commonest question asked by every employer. You don’t need to tell a lie. If you have prior experience then well and good, but if you don’t have then ask them to give you a chance so that you can prove your skills and can gain some knowledge about how to work in professional environment. They will also ask you

☛ Do you have experience of how to take care of customers?
☛ How will you handle difficult and doubtfull clients?
☛ Have you ever been a client at a travel agency and what type of questions you asked?

10 :: Explain us what motivates you as Travel Consultant?

For future candidates i would advise for you to have selling skills although it wasn't an essential in the job description the one to one interview definitely focused upon whether you have the experience or not regardless of having a degree. Make sure you know the company well because they like to ask questions on what the candidates know about Travelbag. It is also really helpful if you have traveled long haul as they like first hand knowledge from its staff.