THE F-AIRPassenger Duty for All campaign is to lobby MPs about the impact of APD on the industry at a Labour Party conference lunch in Bournemouth in September.
The event, which will also be attended by travel industry representatives, will emphasise the importance of attracting overseas visitors and the need for greater government support.
Among the people who have agreed to attend are ABTA president Steven Freudmann, British Midland chairman Sir Michael Bishop, British Incoming Tour Operators chief executive Richard Tobias and Guild of Business Travel Agents chief executive Philip Carlisle.
All Labour MPs have been invited to the lunch which will be held at Harry Ramsden's restaurant in Bournemouth on September 29.
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