Families of victims of the Sousse massacre two years ago today are hoping a coroner’s report on lessons learnt by the tragedy will be released in the coming months.
Appeals against presidential approval for use of land have been dropped
Some packages not available through Thomson and Thomas Cook as illness claims surge
Demand from the UK is “difficult” says Friedrich Joussen
If Only has honoured agents for going the ‘extra mile’ at a surprise awards event.
Outbound sales remain strong, defying weaker economic growth as Brexit talks begin. Ian Taylor reports
Trade portal has been trialled with agents after being built in-house in 10 months
Foreign secretary cites letter from Abta chief in defence of Queen’s Speech bills.
Outlet will be firms 16th concession in a John Lewis department store
Campaign timed to promote Caribbean destination’s accessibility
The travel industry must collaborate and have ‘robust processes’ in resort to challenge claims. Lee Hayhurst reports
Bogus travel websites are reportedly duping Google into thinking they are genuine so they can target more than 5,000 British holidaymakers a year with phantom holidays.
Honeymooners are getting older and more well-travelled, tour operator Kuoni has reported.
Saga’s travel business has continued its good start to the year, the over-50s specialist announced today.
Abta will seek clarification from the Department for Business (Beis) on a German interpretation of the new EU Package Travel Directive
Change in travel advice follows similar steps taken in Spain and Portugal.