Now is the time to make changes to the incoming regulations, says Noel Josephides, chairman of Abta and Sunvil
About 16 months ago, I interviewed the boss of Azamara Club Cruises at the Clia Conference and asked him about the possibility of adding new ships to his fleet
The UN Sustainable Development Goals matter to us all, argues Fiona Jeffery
The budget carrier’s true workings lie revealed
London-based media outlets are often accused of not focusing enough on the rest of the UK and, as a company based in the capital, Travel Weekly occasionally gets asked the same question.
World Tourism Day will raise awareness of the value of the sector to society, says Nikki White, director of destinations and sustainability at Abta
Islands rely on tourism, and visitors are urged to continue support, says Carol Hay, director of marketing UK and Europe at Caribbean Tourism Organisation
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The hospitality and tourism sectors should make clear how valuable EU migrant workers are, says David Tarsh, managing director of Tarsh Consulting
When we launched the Association of Touring & Adventure Suppliers in April, I likened what we hoped to achieve to the spectacular growth seen in the cruise sector over the last decade.
Dreadful experiences are trying to patience of travellers, says Steve Dunne, chief executive of Digital Drums
Assuming that holiday illness complaints are a scam could be a recipe for disaster, says Professor Rodney Cartwright and Dr Esteban Delgado
Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary confirmed he is “being hysterical” about Brexit this week. But does he have a point? Ian Taylor reports
About 15 years ago, I joined focus groups organised by BP Travel Marketing in which they asked consumers how important brochures were when buying holidays. Unanimously, every consumer said brochures were critical.
Travel firms must act now to protect themselves against the impact of new rules outlawing payment card fees come in next January, warns Miles Morgan.
Air Passenger Duty is unlikely ever to be reduced and will never be abolished, the industry needs to wake up says Tim Williamson, director of Responsible Travel