New rules could will lead to more consolidation and the rise of easyJet holidays, writes Teletext Holidays chairman Steve Endacott.
News this week that a major consumer survey has found BA’s brand values have plummeted should serve as a stark wake-up call for the flag-carrier
Is there something about travel retailing that makes it immune from the challenges other sectors are facing on the high street?
Ethics are fundamental to what we do, argues Fiona Jeffery
Alan Meadows, trade sales development manager at Cuba Holidays, hosted eight agents on a fam trip, which departed just weeks after Irma hit the Caribbean country.
There was a moment last Wednesday at our inaugural Association of Touring & Adventure Suppliers’ Conference when I knew we’d hit on something big.
Winning endorses a brand and does wonders for your marketing, says Steve Dunne, chief executive of Digital Drums
There are many reasons why readers of Travel Weekly are privileged to be working in one of the most rewarding and fun industries there is.
Customers with memory loss may require more support, says Debbie Marshall, managing director of Silver Travel Advisor
After becoming an inadvertent spectator rather than moderator, Chris Ship could give speakers his undivided attention
Monarch’s collapse demonstrates travel’s warmth and generosity in the face of adversity, says Gary Anslow, former sales director of the operator
Now is the time to make changes to the incoming regulations, says Noel Josephides, chairman of Abta and Sunvil
Has the penny finally dropped? This week’s long-overdue concession by transport secretary Chris Grayling that the current Atol system may need looking at again suggests maybe it has
Where now for Spain, asks Ian Taylor
Carrier’s collapse should trigger fresh view of airline economics, says Tim Williamson, director Responsible Travel and ex-customer director, Monarch Airlines
Prime-time programmes swell interest in holidays at sea, says Giles Hawke, chief executive of Cosmos and Chairman of Atas