Monarch today revealed that a “significant investment” was to be made within days.
Agents awaiting a decision on the future of the Thomas Cook Co-operative Travel retail joint venture may have to wait until the beginning of next year, it has been confirmed.
Leading European airlines yesterday urged the government to abolish Air Passenger Duty to boost British tourism and economy.
The Scottish government’s move to formalise plans to cut Air Passenger Duty has been welcomed by Abta.
The new head of Iata has called on governments to recognise the value that the global aviation industry creates.
A disabled pensioner whose Spanish airport transfer fell through says he is “aggrieved” at the firms he booked with and feels let down by Abta.
Industry consultant and former head of the Federation of Tour Operators Andy Cooper has joined Jet2holidays as head of regulation, compliance and resilience
Aircraft landing at Heathrow are being told to delay the lowering of landing gear as part of a drive against noise.
Abta has dismissed calls for the government to hold back on implementing the new Package Travel Directive (PTD).
The Travel Network Group has called on the government to reassess changes to package travel rules following the collapse of Lowcost Travel Group.
An advert for a Walkers Crisps competition offering 20,000 holidays has been banned after more than 100 consumers complained that the trips on offer were virtually impossible to win.
We need to consider what human trafficking means for the travel industry, says Abta's Nikki White
No one knows how Brexit will pan out yet, we must seek out the opportunities that will no doubt emerge, says Andrew Monk, chief executive of VSA Capital
A former Travel Counsellors agent facing a £13,000 tax bill is confident agents have a strong case to challenge claims from HM Revenue & Customs.
Travel companies can’t focus only on current trading if they are to keep up with technology, Expedia’s Andy Washington says, Ian Taylor reports
Building and operating a second runway at Gatwick would generate 28,000 additional jobs, a new report published today reveals.