Following a ‘muddying of the waters’ after last year’s Monarch collapse, Abta’s Mark Tanzer calls for consumer clarity and fair treatment for all involved
New rules require robust processes when handling many types of personal data, says Simon Bunce, director of legal affairs at Abta
Sometimes, you hear things that really stop you in your tracks, strike a chord or move you in some way.
Industry needs to spread visitors seasonally and geographically, says Gavin Tollman, chief executive of Trafalgar
Forget the notebooks and anoraks – trainspotters are officially cool!
Data and how it is used has been a hugely controversial topic recently following revelations about how personal information in Facebook profiles was exploited by political campaigns.
Prepare for PTD and Atol reform as timings will be tight, says Simon Bunce, director of legal affairs at Abta
I was sitting in a newly-opened independent restaurant recently, and got chatting to the manager about his ambitious expansion plans.
Look beyond big follower figures for the genuine marketing players, says Steve Dunne, chief executive of Digital Drums
Consumer concern will need to be overcome for driverless cars and drones to be adopted, says Joel Brandon-Bravo of Travelzoo
Private equity in travel has proven to be resilient, say Henry Wells and Mark Stoddart of Duff & Phelps
Despite being editor-in-chief of Travel Weekly, I actually don’t get to travel anywhere near as much as many
of my team.
Sector must appoint more women to senior positions, says Gemma Antrobus, chairman of Aito Specialist Travel Agents.
Sector well-placed to benefit from consumers trends, say Henry Wells and Mark Stoddart of Duff & Phelps
Watching the rain tumbling down as I headed to the airport last weekend, I felt glad I was on my way to the Alps for a family holiday, rather than dodging the downpours on days out closer to home.
Raft of indie openings shows travel can avoid fate of other retailers, says Miles Morgan, managing director of Miles Morgan Travel