A new UK and Ireland director of the Israel Government Tourist Office has been named following the end of Naama Oryan-Kaplan’s five year term.
The state of emergency in Tunisia has been extended for a further three months.
Independent agents are poised to capitalise on their commercial advantage as the sole sellers of Jet2holidays on the high street.
Thomas Cook’s decision to stop selling Jet2holidays was probably inevitable. Why would the number-two in the UK and Europe provide a leg up to a rival hot on its heels as a UK operator?
Wendy Wu Tours is to introduce online bookings for the trade in the coming months as part of a technology overhaul.
Homeworker Toni Linney’s job really is a labour of love.
Blue Bay Travel has secured £6.5million in investment and appointed Andrew Gardner as non-executive chairman.
Luxury operator Carrier has claimed a 9% rise in January peak booking period bookings.
There is no lack of evidence of travel’s rude good health this week, with Tui and Thomas Cook turning in decent quarterly figures off the back of stronger performances in the UK than group-wide.
Over the last 20 years or so, many brands have been obsessed by price, or been convinced that their customers are.
Two men have been arrested following an alleged sexual assault on board a cross-channel ferry.
Leading executives from Uber and Sabre will present the keynote addresses at next week’s Business Travel Show in London.
A future vision of digitalisation and growth in new markets has been outlined by the boss of Tui Group.
Carnival Cruise Line has received approval to sail to Cuba for the first time this summer.
Operator says it is now coming into a “sweet period” after hedging for 2017.
Operator has axed more than 100 partner hotels which have failed to meet its standards.