Travel agent collapse blamed on impact of Monarch failure
Mark Harper spent 16 years at Haven parent Bourne Leisure.
Leading operator bosses and travel lawyers have urged the industry to keep up the fight against fake holiday sickness claims after the first pair of fraudsters were jailed.
Resorts in Cayo Santa María, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Varadero back in business ahead of schedule.
The government is being urged to cut EU red tape with a policy change that could generate an additional £2.2 billion in expenditure, create 40,000 new jobs and reduce the cost of domestic holidays.
Daniel Kipping previously held roles at InterContinental Hotels Group, Marriott and The Ritz-Carlton.
Monarch’s collapse demonstrates travel’s warmth and generosity in the face of adversity, says Gary Anslow, former sales director of the operator
Mantra to join French hospitality giant
Amy Drummond and Teri Jones will be responsible for agents in Scotland, north of the Lakes, Bristol, Exeter and Southampton between them
Like-for-like revenue for owned hotels increased by 13.7% and for franchised hotels by 8.6%
Country now second most important destination for Tui Group behind Spain
Expansion of 11 new hotels could create 220 new jobs and represents investment of £55m
British Hospitality Association fears for jobs when freedom of movement is ended
French hospitality giant plans to develop a new collection of luxury hotels
Former Amadeus boss José Antonio Tazón to join enlarged group
Symondson reports to Francis Torrilla, overall managing director for DER Touristik UK’S specialist division.