Lufthansa, easyJet in talks to break up, take over carrier
Holidays bought pre-July 2018 to fall outside new package regime
Union claims staff are expected to work over legal flight time limits and intimidated if they refuse.
Lufthansa in takeover talks; carrier to continue flying
Says Dermot King, Bourne Leisure managing director and chairman of the Campaign to Cut Tourism VAT
Airlines and flight search sites make stand ahead of documentary that shows sharp rise in alcohol-related incidents.
Plans for regulation designed to protect extra 10 million British holidaymakers.
The average holidaymaker will pay £68 in tax travelling abroad this year, organisation says.
International Airlines Group has warned the move will lead to charges doubling from about £40 to £80 for a return ticket.
Begrudging OTAs for being good at what they do makes no sense, argues Christoph Klenner of ETTSA and Stephen Shur of The Travel Technology Association in the US
Proposal for digital platforms to pay ‘fair contribution’
Three speakers from Tui, Airbnb and Norwegian have been announced for Abta’s Travel Convention.
Airline has plans in place, outgoing boss Dame Carolyn McCall tells a Travel Weekly Business Lunch. Lee Hayhurst reports
Netherlands-based OTA is powered by Booking.com but operates as a social enterprise
Aito has recommended its operators increase commission from January when the EU’s Payment Services Directive 2 comes into force.
Group already seeing some operator members commit to increase of 0.5%