It’s no secret that salaries for entry-level roles in travel retail are low. So maybe it comes as no surprise that three high street travel agencies were among the 260 employers named and shamed last week for paying under the minimum wage
The time is right to capitalise on the huge swell in demand, says Kirsty Orr, chief operations officer at Traveltek Group Ltd
Will airline’s desire to widen distribution come at a price, asks Ken McLeod, director of industry affairs at Advantage Travel Partnership and incoming SPAA president
Bosses of Abta, Tui, easyJet and Miles Morgan Travel joined Deloitte head of travel Alistair Pritchard this week as we launched the sixth annual Travel Weekly Insight Report.
Mario Bodini, chairman of the European Tour Operators Association, says the tourism backlash is xenophobic and calls for dialogue with destinations
Airline profits are soaring amid intense competition in Europe and ‘there has to be pain somewhere’. Ian Taylor reports
Celebrated former England rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward was one of the keynote speakers at The Travel Network Group Conference at the weekend.
Strengthen Abta’s hand for card payment talks with Philip Hammond, says Luke Petherbridge, senior public affairs manager at Abta
New rules could will lead to more consolidation and the rise of easyJet holidays, writes Teletext Holidays chairman Steve Endacott.
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Most Aito members still find them relevent for their businesses, says Gemma Antrobus, chairman of Aito specialist travel agents
Consumers pay price in loss of transparency, argues ETTSA secretary general Christoph Klenner
Innovation is crucial but nothing can replace people, says Sharon Munro, chief executive of Barrhead Travel
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