Arizona is now home to more than 40 travel agencies, including some of the nation’s best known, like Alexis.
Alexis is expanding its footprint in the state with the opening of new locations.
The company said it is expanding into the cities of Flagstaff and Tucson, two of the most popular destinations for tourists.
The locations include hotels, motels, and guest houses, and include the popular Tulum, Tucson and Flagstaff parks.
The new locations will be available through a program that offers a variety of options, including a new online booking system, a loyalty program and a loyalty card.
The agency is also offering a free reservation service.
Alexas is also working with a number of Arizona restaurants, hotels and retail locations to expand its offerings.
“We’re excited to welcome Alexis to our Arizona community and to expand our service and customer base,” said Alexis President and CEO Jeff Zuckerman.
“Alexis is a leading provider of global travel agents and is dedicated to our clients, our community and our brand.”
The company will also launch a new loyalty program that rewards customers who book a vacation in a travel agency’s Arizona location within 30 days of booking.
Travel agents in Arizona have been a hotbed for problems during the economic downturn, which has forced them to find other ways to stay afloat.
A number of their top competitors, like Priceline, are also working to expand their operations in the market.
For more than 20 years, the industry has been losing money, but it’s starting to see some big gains.
In December, the company said its quarterly profit hit $2.7 billion.
For the year ended March 31, it reported $4.3 billion in profit.
In 2016, the travel industry saw an 8 percent decline in its revenue, with some analysts calling the industry’s woes a crisis.