Thomas Cook’s retail arm has admitted making errors in an online competition which prevented people being able to enter a prize draw.
Four-week call for evidence will see travel industry experts help ministers shape next steps to tackle issue.
Hungarian low-cost carrier registered Wizz Air UK Ltd on September 26.
Tributes paid to law firm’s head of marine, trade and energy
Now is the time to make changes to the incoming regulations, says Noel Josephides, chairman of Abta and Sunvil
Alan Glen said Scottish agents’ association had called for levy on seat only passengers 12 year ago.
Frank Field, chair of government’s work and pensions committee has called for pensions law change in wake of Monarch collapse.
Staff criticised for lack of understanding of Atol protection following a damning report released in the wake of Monarch’s failure.
Damages claims will add to GDPR costs, warns lawyer
Philip Hammond says outcome ‘theoretically possible’ from Brexit day.
Has the penny finally dropped? This week’s long-overdue concession by transport secretary Chris Grayling that the current Atol system may need looking at again suggests maybe it has
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Pilots’ union intervention follows Theresa May’s comments
Transport secretary tells parliament Atol and insolvency rules are under scrutiny
Balpa seeks investigation into demise of carrier and role of Mantegazza family and Greybull Capital