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Shapps risks ‘shattering consumer trust’ warns Airlines UK
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Industry leaders reacted angrily to the government announcement that the Balearics will re-join the amber list of countries for international travel from ...

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Capacity added to Bulgaria and Croatia but Cuba and Turkey holidays cancelled
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Jet2 and Jet2holidays is adding capacity to new green listed Bulgaria and Croatia but suspending flights to red list Turkey until August 11.The UK’s second ...

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Balearics Covid health record defended as islands placed on amber travel list
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The head of the Spanish Tourist Office in the UK has insisted that British holidaymakers remain welcome despite the Balearic islands being demoted to the amber ...

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Bristol gains Dubai and Seychelles charter flights
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Bristol airport is to gain charter flights to Dubai and the Seychelles.Air Charter Service is to run a short series of Air Seychelles flights from Bristol ...

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Fred Olsen ship to make first Antarctica voyage
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Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is to sail to Antarctica for the first time as part of a 78-night South American voyage.The ship Balmoral is to leave Southampton on ...

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Pandemic forces closure of hotel representation firm GP Associates
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The pandemic as forced the closure of independent hotel sales and marketing support firm GP Associates after 27 years.The representation company’s managing ...

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CAA’s Atol reform timing ‘could not be worse’
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The timing of the CAA’s Atol Reform consultation “could not be worse” and the proposals to ring-fence customer payments are “a major issue” for travel agents ...

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Cruise lines focus on easing of international restrictions
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Cruise specialists welcomed further easing of restrictions from July 19 but said the need to update Foreign Office advice against international cruising ...

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Tradewind Voyages ‘working with nearly every UK agent’
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Almost every agent in the UK can book sailings on Tradewind Voyages’ Golden Horizon ship, according to the line’s trade sales team.Speaking on board the ...

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Just a Drop slates government’s foreign aid budget cut
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Just a Drop is calling on the government to reverse its decision to cut the foreign aid budget, describing the move as “truly concerning” and “deeply ...

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Maiden voyage of Hebridean ship confirmed as Scottish cruise ban lifted
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Hebridean Island Cruises small ship Lord of the Glens is to emark on its maiden voyages next week after the Scottish government lifted a ban on cruise calls in ...

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Interview: ‘Travel agents are absolutely key for Mauritius restart’
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Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority director Arvind Bundhun speaks to Samantha Mayling as the destination prepares to reopenThe boss of Mauritius Tourism ...

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Webcast: Atol Reform consultation
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The Association of Atol Companies’s Alan Bowen and Protected Trust Services’ Daniel Landen explore the ramifications of the CAA’s proposed shift to trust ...

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Norwegian Cruise Line owner sues over Florida vaccination policy
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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has issued a legal challenge against a Florida law prohibiting companies from requiring customers and employees to be vaccinated ...

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Win a bag of goodies and a bottle of Moet from Virgin Voyages
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It’s been a long year and we’ve all been itching to get out of the house and out to sea. Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady will do just that, setting sail starting ...

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Saga gears up for Freedom Day ship naming
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The delayed naming of Saga Cruises new ship Spirit of Adventure is to take place on ‘Freedom Day’.The vessel was handed over by the shipbuilder in September ...

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Wizz Air confirms Cardiff launch date
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Wizz Air UK is to start flying from a new base at Cardiff airport on July 30.The new base will be operating routes to Alicante, Corfu, Faro, Heraklion, Palma, ...

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Industry leaders criticise Tourism Recovery Plan
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The Save Future Travel Coalition has written to the government to express its disappointment in the Tourism Recovery Plan and reiterated calls for key actions ...

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Indulge in food and drink across Portugal
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In association with: Visit Portugal UKFrom freshly caught seafood to mouth-wateringly sweet pastéis de nata, a trip to Portugal isn’t complete without ...

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Stay at Mexico’s new Hotel Xcaret Arte
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In association with: Hotel XcaretHotel Xcaret Arte, set on the Caribbean Sea, demonstrates Mexico’s artistic wealth and sustainability through its exceptional ...

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Seabourn ship to make Miami debut with Caribbean cruises
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Luxury ship Seabourn Ovation will cruise the Caribbean from Miami for the first time this winter.The Seabourn vessel will start with three 11-day voyages in ...

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Politicians urge furlough extension for travel industry
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A group of 77 cross-party MPs and peers has written a joint letter to the chancellor calling on him to extend the furlough scheme for the aviation, travel and ...

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Air traffic controllers’ strike to hit Loganair services
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Loganair will be unable to serve airports operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) on July 29 because of a one-day strike by air traffic ...

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Kerzner offers three-night Atlantis stay for National Travel Agent Day
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Kerzner International is offering agents the chance to win a three-night complimentary stay at Atlantis, The Palm in support of National Travel Agent Day on ...

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Best Western chairman to take over as interim chief executive
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The chairman of Best Western Hotels GB, Tim Rumney, will take over from Rob Paterson later this month as interim chief executive.Paterson, who joined BWH Hotel ...

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Wendy Wu Tours celebrates Olympics with special offers
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Wendy Wu Tours is celebrating the Olympics with the offer of free flights and free single supplements for Japan group holidays in 2022 and 2023.The Tokyo ...

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Clia’s Selling Cruise Day to return to Ireland
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Clia UK & Ireland’s Selling Cruise Day will return to Dublin on November 11 – marking the first in-person conference that the cruise trade body will have ...

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Celebrity Silhouette extends domestic cruise season
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Celebrity Cruises is extending its UK summer sailings onboard the recently refurbished Celebrity Silhouette, with three new itineraries available in ...

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WTTC warns of ‘serious delay’ to restart without global vaccine recognition
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The World Travel & Tourism Council has warned the restart of international travel could be seriously delayed without worldwide reciprocal recognition of ...

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Spain accounts for one in three Travel Counsellors bookings
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Spain continued to be the most-booked destination for Travel Counsellors last week.One in three (31%) new bookings made by the company was for Spain, while ...

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The best culinary experiences in Greece
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We round up the restaurants, food tours and cooking experiences from across Greece to put on your clients’ radarHoned across more than 4,000 years and ...

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Wine-tasting in Jersey
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From apple brandy and cider to wine and gin, Jersey’s La Mare Wine Estate offers clients a culinary experience to remember“I’ve been here before,” I thought, ...

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Discovering Barbados in the green-list era
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Tina Walsh heads to Barbados to find out what life here is like now the island is on the green listSince Barbados was moved to the green watchlist on June 30, ...

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Oceania Cruises ‘sets new standards’ with suites and staterooms
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Oceania Cruises has revealed details of suites and staterooms on board its newest ship Vista, including its first cabins dedicated to solo travellers.All ...

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Sam Smith Travel ceases trading as Atol holder
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Welsh travel agency and tailormade specialist Sam Smith Travel has ceased trading as an Atol holder, the CAA has confirmed.A statement on the CAA’s website ...

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Viking Mars reveals Countess of Carnarvon as godmother
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Viking’s newest ocean ship was ‘floated out’ on Thursday (July 15) during a traditional ceremony at the Fincantieri’s shipyard in Italy.It marks a major ...

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US president Biden hints at lifting of international travel ban
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The prospect of a reopening of transatlantic travel from Europe has been given hope by remarks made by US president Joe Biden.He pledged in a meeting German ...

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UKHospitality welcomes new government strategy to reopen sector
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UKHospitality has welcomed a new government strategy to reopen the sector.The new strategy, launched by business minister Paul Scully, focuses on the three Rs ...

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Inghams resumes summer activity holidays
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Inghams is restarting activity holidays in France and Switzerland this summer.The operator plans to take people on walking, cycling and sightseeing holidays ...

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Regent 2024 world cruise sells out in under three hours
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A 2024 world cruise by Regent Seven Seas Cruises sold out in less than three hours.Fares for the 132-night sailing ranged between $73,499 and $199,999.The ...

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Checks abroad ‘to limit UK border queues’
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Industry sources have downplayed concerns about lengthy queues at UK borders as passenger numbers ramp up from Monday.They warn bottlenecks are more likely at ...

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‘Gold standard’ trusts would ‘devastate’ sector, warns trust provider
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‘Gold standard’ trust accounts would be “devastating” for the industry, a leading proponent of trust arrangements has conceded, insisting the CAA’s approach to ...

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Luxury rental platform Onee recruits two for trade team
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Trade-only B2B luxury villa specialist Onee Luxury Travel has made two appointments to its UK trade team.Richard Hey has become trade development director ...

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WTTC guidelines tackle ‘corrupt and shameful’ illegal wildlife trade
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The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has unveiled new guidelines to help the travel and tourism sector to tackle the illegal wildlife trade (IWT).The ...

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Comment: Positive holidaymakers can be travel’s best advocates
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The road ahead will be bumpy, but word of mouth will be key to increasing confidence, says Miles MorganOn the face of it, we had the green light from Grant ...

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Trade hopes word of mouth will help boost sluggish sales
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Frontline agents hope word of mouth from travellers will boost bookings after the announcement of relaxed quarantine restrictions failed to produce a bumper ...

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Updated: Tradewind Voyages’ debut sailing delayed by arrest
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Updated: 10.53amTradewind Voyages’ debut sailing was on hold on Friday morning after the line’s tall-ship Golden Horizon was prevented from leaving Dover due ...

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Wizz Air postpones Cardiff opening to summer 2022
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Wizz Air has postponed opening its base at Cardiff Airport at the end of this month just 24 hours after confirming the date, blaming continuing travel ...

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Ireland to reopen to international travellers
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Ireland is opening up to fully vaccinated British travellers from Monday.The relaxation of Covid travel restrictions will coincide with ‘Freedom Day’ in the ...

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Canada lifts cruise ship ban
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A ban on big cruise ships sailing in Canadian waters is being lifted on November 1.It effectively means that cruises will not restart until spring 2022 when ...

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