The Foreign Office has changed its advice against travelling to large parts of Tunisia, including the capital Tunis and beach resort Sousse.
EC study finds “significant consumer issues” including “frequent problems with transactions”, widespread confusion and misleading information on consumer rights and “lack of transparency”
Total of 91% of 856 respondents said that the fees for using their debit card overseas were “unacceptably high”
Atipac annual report urges government to make trade aware of changes due next year
Deal would see long-haul budget carrier access bilateral flying rights to global markets
Prospect raised advance flight tickets may require ‘null and void’ warning if no deal is reached
Budget airline ‘on track’ to dominate holiday retailing
Carrier prepares for intra-EU flying post-Brexit
Foreign and Commonwealth Office confirms measure extended until November 1
The government may be in difficulty, but travel appears to be on its agenda, says Abta head of public affairs Alan Wardle
Three leading travel agency bosses were honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to the Industry Award at the Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards on Tuesday
Claimants considered ‘fundamentally dishonest’ by judge and ordered to pay operator’s costs.
Ministers have announced plans to reduce cash incentives to bring spurious holiday sickness claims against tour operators.
Hotels told to offer lower rates ‘than on Expedia or Booking.com’
Enhanced screening of laptops, tablets, Kindles is unlikely to prove the ‘final’ word on aviation security. Ian Taylor reports
Airline has made no secret of its ambition to establish itself among Europe’s major tour operators since launching easyJet Holidays in 2011.