Since it has been a year, we will be starting to write new reviews about the travel sites we once wrote about last year, just to give you a heads up of the current status or changes of a particular online travel agency. Things can change in a span of a year, that’s why we decided on re-writing some of the written travel search engines and give you the freshest feedback for 2016.

In this review, we will be re-talking about itravel2000.

itravel2000 Reviews 2016

itravel2000 Reviews 2016-Dean Moore
Dean Moore

Itravel2000 began in 1994 when it was founded by their still president until now, Mr. Jonathan Carroll. Carroll is also the CEO of the parent company Travelzest. However, Mr. Carroll suddenly ceased his position as CEO with immediate effect and he was replaced by a new president and CEO, Mr. Dean Moore. To learn more about him, check his interview with the Friday 5.

Last year (March 2015), itravel2000 had announced their strategic partnership with FlightNetwork. Wherein the CEO of FlightNetwork, Mr. Naman Budheo quoted “itravel2000 has been at the forefront of on-line travel in Canada and we are pleased to be working with such an iconic brand.  Our two teams have worked exceptionally well together to provide itravel2000’s large and loyal customer base with a great flight user experience.”

How does itravel2000 work?
Is it just me? The layout and overall appearance of the travel sites I had written for 2016 Reviews seem all similar or have a striking resemblance. On a positive note, itravel2000 has a more enticing background but doesn’t move at all. Apart from that, the Canadian online travel agency promptly shows their contact number and operating hours at the top right of the page.
itravel2000 Reviews 2016-page
Basically customers can search, compare and book their flights, hotel reservations, cruises and vacation packages. The later part of the page shows more great deals and recommended destinations by their travel experts. To sum that up, last minute vacations are also offered. But what changes the story are customer’s feedback:

itravel2000 Reviews 2016 from Consumers
Well, it’s kind of doubtful why the travel site doesn’t have feedback and comments posted or started on Skytrax, Trustpilot or SiteJabber. But we found some itravel2000 Reviews 2016 on ComplaintsBoard. Yes and obviously these are a bunch of negative feedback. I strongly believe that after these comments by consumers, itravel2000 had lesser customers who trusted and booked with them. Prior to the existence of this ComplaintsBoard site for itravel2000, travellers were actually checking the credibility of the site and here was where their questions were answered.
itravel2000 Reviews 2016-logo
How To Reach Them?

  • Website URL:              
  • Contact Number:                  +1 866-888-1180
  • Contact Email:            
  • Fax Number:                        +1 905-238-6177
  • Head Office Address:           1004 Middlegate Rd #3000, Mississauga, ON L4Y 1M4, Canada

Even after a year, we are still wondering about the case of Jonathan Carroll. Why would the founder and longest running president of itravel2000 suddenly exit with immediate effect? If this travel site is said to be one of the leading online travel agencies in Canadam why did he leave? I guess there’s something hidden about itravel2000 and Travelzest that we don’t know.

Based on several itravel2000 Reviews 2016, these complaints are not something you should be ignoring. Feel free to share your opinions below.



  1. Was overcharged by $20 bucks, talked to 5 different people, on hold for over an hour…ALL FOR $20 bucks, after 2 weeks still not rectified, people on the phone just transferred me around like a hot potatoe…for 20 bucks..really. WILL NEVER BOOK WITH THESE PEOPLE AGAIN, it’s not the money, it’s the principle.

  2. This article makes no sense. An update? Really? First off, Jonathan Carroll left the company in the summer… of 2013! The company went into receivership in November of that same year. Dean Moore was appointed CEO in March 2015. All of these facts (and more!) are readily available with just a modicum of online research. You seem to be looking for a story where one really does not exist.

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