What is behind the ban on laptops, tablets and other devices in air passengers’ cabin baggage? Ian Taylor considers the implications
The UK plans to follow America’s lead by implementing a ban on most electronic devices on flights entering the country, according to reports.
The British government is warning UK visitors to Vietnam about the risks of adventure tourism in the south east Asian country.
David Scowsill says US has taken ‘backwards step’, sending ‘clearly discriminatory’ message
Sarah Hill, partner and head of fraud at insurance and risk law firm BLM, warns that agents should protect themselves from criminals
Abta is contacting 43,000 members of the public and 650 members following a breach of its webserver and possible theft of data.
Data of 43,000 individuals and up to 650 Abta members compromised
Association refutes claim Brits will lose medical care benefits after we leave the EU
US president Donald Trump’s new travel ban has been blocked by a federal judge in Hawaii, hours before it was due to come into force today.
Idea had been dismissed as ‘deeply flawed’ and potentially misleading for holidaymakers
New York, Washington, Oregon and Massachusetts come out against executive order
Abta chief issues warning ahead of EU directive due to come into force next year
Last ditch industry lobbying of the White House failed to prevent president Donald Trump from signing his latest travel ban.
Abta has repeated a call for government action to combat bogus holiday illness claims encouraged by “unscrupulous” claims management companies.
British holidaymakers could have to pay to travel to Europe after Brexit as part of a US-style visa waiver system.
A new, updated travel ban has been delayed by the US government until next week.