Print publications are better at generating a sense of excitement, says Gordon McCreadie.
As the cruise industry continues to ride the crest of a wave, it seems there is scarcely time to reflect on the latest addition to the sector before the next unveiling or inaugural is upon us.
Trailfinders chairman Mike Gooley: “For a long time plasters have been applied over previous plasters”
The Connect Airways’ takeover is curious, says Ian Taylor
I’ve never made a secret of the fact the Agent Achievement Awards is one of my favourite nights of the year
Artificial intelligence won’t replace our preference to deal with people
Bob Morrell, managing director of Reality Training asks if the US government’s desire to protect its borders could impact on tourists’ desire to visit
Responsible Travel has launched an LGBT travel guide. Vicki Brown explains why
Firms should not let an infatuation with Brexit bruise their business, says Miles Morgan.
Francois Bourienne, chair of the UK Travel Retail Forum, questions the need for a new alcohol licensing regime at airports
The ‘for sale’ sign makes sense, but to whom?
The demise of the Airbus A380 was inevitable but has been a long time coming, says Ian Taylor
Grab the chance to do new things, but don’t take offers for granted, says Giles Hawke, chief executive of Cosmos Tours and Avalon Waterways
There can be little doubt now that uncertainty about Brexit is affecting bookings. Analyst GfK reports that last week was the third in a row to show a substantial year-on-year decline in summer 2019 bookings.
Let’s have free and fair competition, says David Weston, chairman of the Bed & Breakfast Association
Can your management team adapt to rapid change? Asks Bob Morrell managing director, Reality Training