Stuart Leven cautions of implications for freedom of movement and taxation
‘How much data do you need’ lawyer tells sector
Trustee’s of airline’s scheme made a discretionary payment costing £12m
‘Security response crucial part of any decision’ says government
Linked Travel Arrangements offer ‘incentive’ to avoid CAA scrutiny
New Package Travel Regulations will usher in a new “era of package holidays”, but a new category of Linked Travel Arrangements could flop “and no one will care”.
View backed by Monarch Group chief executive Andrew Swaffield at Abta travel law seminar
Peter Foster, Europe editor of The Daily Telegraph, to speak at annual Abta event.
Publication of the Apprenticeships 101 guide follows the introduction of the new apprenticeship levy on April 6.
A 79% majority of 112 corporate travel managers suggested travellers would trim journeys in Business Travel Coalition survey,
But ‘posturing has to stop’ ERA chief insists
Europe’s biggest carrier unfazed by threat of laptop restrictions
The UN’s counter-terrorism committee chief has warned it is a question of “when, not if” terrorists use laptops to smuggle bombs on to passenger aircraft.
A sharp increase in pupils missing school for unauthorised term-time family holidays at the start of the school year in England last September has been revealed.
MSPs have discussed the latest stage of the process of replacing Air Passenger Duty.
The 12th annual event saw 300 senior travel delegates hear from industry experts at the British Museum. Lee Hayhurst reports