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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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