GDPR changes on consent ‘causing challenges’
As Brexit negotiations began in earnest this week, you’d be forgiven for thinking this is the least of this country’s challenges given the tragic events of the past month or so
Country’s largest airline operates flights under the SmartWings brand
A pan-European coalition of industry and passenger associations has called for an EU competition inquiry into airline consolidation.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has voiced dismay at US president Donald Trump’s plan to reverse key elements of a relaxed trading pact between the US and Cuba.
Royal Caribbean International is the new headline sponsor of Abta’s Travel Convention, succeeding Fred Olsen Cruise Lines after 12 years.
Brexit negotiations began on Monday with few clues as to how they will proceed. Ian Taylor reports
The role of UK tourism minister has been handed to Salisbury MP John Glen just days after it was suggested that former incumbent Tracey Crouch had been re-appointed.
US cruise companies and airlines have been spared from a clampdown by president Donald Trump on relations with Cuba.
A singe entry visa for five countries in the South East Asia region is set to happen “sooner rather than later”, delegates at Thai Travel Mart have been told.
The UK’s aviation connectivity is under pressure from airports in other European countries and high levels of Air Passenger Duty, a new report warns.
Leaving the EU without a deal would represent the “worst case scenario” for the aviation and aerospace sector and could lead to flight chaos, the boss of an industry trade group warned yesterday.
EasyJet chief executive Carolyn McCall has called on the UK government to be “realistic” and negotiate transitional arrangements for Britain’s EU exit, saying: “That is what business wants.”
The industry is facing one of its worst “headwinds” in more than 30 years as fears rise about the impact of political uncertainty following last week’s general election.
US government officials are due to meet European counterparts this week to discuss ways of improving security and potentially avoiding the extension of the current laptop ban.
Operator’s executive chairman highlights implications of sector being regulated by British maritime law