UK agency business models are increasingly changing with some travel agents experimenting at selling Linked Travel Arrangements (LTAs), a category of booking created last month by new Package Travel Regulations (PTRs).
David Weston, chairman of the Bed & Breakfast Association, calls for a level playing field in the accommodation sector
The need for action on sustainability could hardly be sharper as wildfires wreak havoc in destinations from Portugal to California and scientists warn of worse to come from global warming
It benefits our customers and the communities we visit Andrew Flintham, managing director, Tui UK & Ireland
Industry non-executive and entrepreneur Steve Endacott speculates what the impact of rising costs on airlines will be, and suggests an answer
I visited SeaWorld Orlando two years ago and was fortunate enough to meet the head of animal welfare for both the Florida and California attractions.
Get the message out that travel sector is reputable and reliable, says Giles Hawke, chief executive of Cosmos and chairman of Atas
Sharon Fleming, owner of Thompson Travel Portadown, Northern Ireland gives her top tips for a productive work and home life
On Friday, it rained for the first time in weeks and I saw several tongue-in-cheek social media posts from travel professionals, asking ‘what is this glorious wet stuff falling from the sky?’
Industry initiatives address needs of an ageing population, says Debbie Marshall, managing director of Silver Travel Advisor
Deal or no-deal, which is it to be? asks Ian Taylor
Abta will continue its call for a deal prioritising the needs of the travelling public and travel industry, says association chief Mark Tanzer
With 19% of the UK population having a disability, it seems inconceivable that most of you won’t have been asked to check the accessibility of hotels or assistance on flights or at airports at some point for a client.
Gavin Tollman, chief executive of Trafalgar, and his family are honoured to play a part in sustaining the immense tourism legacy
UK White Paper resolves little ahead of October deadline, says Ian Taylor
Celeb culture may be having a negative impact on places featured, says Gordon McCreadie, sales and marketing director of If Only