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Silversea to offer private chauffeur transfer service
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Silversea has partnered with chauffeur service Blacklane to offer its passengers private transfers.Passengers booked on voyages departing from March 30, 2022, ...

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‘Cunard and Seabourn passengers want Tradewind experience’, says boss
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Tradewind Voyages has attracted customers from luxury brands such as Seabourn and Cunard who are looking for a new cruising experience, according to the line’s ...

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Agents win fam trip places as Tipto events resume
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A total of 168 agents and homeworkers attended Tipto roadshows in July, as the trade marketing organisation resumed its live events programme.The ‘Face 2 Face ...

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Registration opens for hybrid WTM London
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Registration has opened for WTM London 2021, which will be held for the first time in a hybrid format.The physical event will take place at ExCeL London on ...

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‘We’ve got new product being developed on an on-going basis’
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Lucy Huxley speaks to The Travel Corporation’s Chris Townson about the simplification of its brand’ luxury offering for agents

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Oceania adds 16 voyages to 2022 Europe and Tahiti programmes
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Oceania Cruises is set to add a series of new voyages in Europe and Tahiti starting from April 1 next year.Nautica and Regatta will operate an additional 16 ...

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Global outage hits Airbnb and airline websites
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The Airbnb, British Airways and Delta Air Lines websites were among many hit by a widespread global online outage on Thursday.Users attempting to reach some ...

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Eurotunnel Covid data app considered to free up cross-channel travel
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Discussions have been held between the UK and France to use a travel app to ensure holidaymakers have all required Covid documentation before travelling.The ...

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Operators unveil prizes and incentives for National Travel Agent Day
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Tour operators have launched prize giveaways, incentives and discounts for agencies to mark National Travel Agent Day on Friday (July 23).Organised by Intrepid ...

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Aviation ‘central to future growth’ in build back from pandemic
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Eight firms have been identified by the government to develop production plants that will turn waste into jet fuel.The companies have been shortlisted to ...

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EasyJet gearing up for busiest weekend of year
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EasyJet is predicting the busiest weekend of the year with the start of the school summer holidays across the UK.The budget airline is preparing to carry more ...

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Abta renews sector support plea ahead of next travel rules review
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Abta says action is still needed from government to open up travel to more destinations, make foreign travel easier for UK citizens and support the industry ...

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Thomas Cook use of agency cash ‘triggered key Atol reform’
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The use of customer money to keep Thomas Cook afloat in the final year of the company’s life placed the business models of multiple travel firms at risk.That ...

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Amadeus integrates IBM Digital Health Pass
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Amadeus has integrated the IBM Digital Health Pass into its digital health verification solution, called Traveler ID for Safe Travel.It will help airlines to ...

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Inbound tour operators Cashel and Tiernan Travel announce merger
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Inbound tour operators Cashel Travel and Tiernan Travel have merged after Cashel acquired 50% of Tiernan for an undisclosed sum.Cashel Travel chief executive ...

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Mothballing Dragoman was ‘easy decision’ in current climate
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The decision to hibernate Dragoman until longhaul travel is feasible again was ultimately a “pretty easy decision”, according to the overland touring ...

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Agency hopes to take on second shop months after high street debut
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A travel agency is looking to expand and take on a second shop just months after opening on the high street for the first time.Your Perfect Travel opened on ...

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National Travel Agent Day: ‘Let’s celebrate, have some fun and raise some money’
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Lucy Huxley speaks to Intrepid Travel’s Matt Eadie, Sam Robinson formerly of Monarch and Funway Holidays and Abta LifeLine’s Trudie Clements on National Travel ...

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American Airlines brings back staff in recovery plan
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American Airlines incurred a $1.1 billion second quarter net loss as it outlined three strategies to emerge from the red.The airline plans to operate more than ...

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Comment: Room to improve
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A new focus on leisure is just one aspect of the changes facing hospitality, says Jerome Wise of Amadeus What can a hotelier in Hong Kong tell an agent in ...

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Jet2 ramps up autumn capacity to Madeira and Malta
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Jet2 and Jet2holidays is ramping up autumn capacity to Madeira and Malta in response to “very strong” demand from consumers and independent agents.More flights ...

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Sky Princess sails into Southampton
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Princess Cruises’ ship Sky Princess made its UK debute today by docking in Southampton.The vessel arrived in the port ahead of the line’s ‘summer seacations’ ...

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Riviera Travel drafts in ex-Saga boss Shaw as cover for departing commercial chief
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Ex-Saga Travel and Royal Caribbean UK chief Robin Shaw is being drafted by Riviera Travel on an interim basis with the departure of chief commercial officer.He ...

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Political heavyweight to chair Airlines UK
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Former transport secretary Lord Patrick McLoughlin has been named as the new chair of aviation trade body Airlines UK.He takes up the position on August 1, ...

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Malta marks National Travel Agent Day with agent of year launch
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Malta Tourism Authority is running its travel agent of the year award for the second consecutive year to mark National Travel Agent Day.MTA is asking travel ...

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Cost of hotel quarantine ‘to rise to £2,250’
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The cost of hotel quarantine on return to the UK from a red list destination could rise to more than £2,250, according to reports.The Telegraph reported plans ...

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Fred Olsen prepares new ship for maiden voyage
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Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is preparing new ship Bolette to sail from Scotland to Dover ahead of its maiden voyage next month.The 1,338-passenger ship (pictured), ...

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ANTOR appoints board members as it marks 70 years
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The Association of National Tourist Offices and Representatives (ANTOR) has appointed its new board for 2021-22.The association is celebrating its 70th ...

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Lindblad Expeditions christens polar-class vessel in Iceland
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Lindblad Expeditions’ latest vessel, National Geographic Endurance, has been christened at a private dockside ceremony in Reykjavik, Iceland.The 126-passenger ...

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Attraction World appoints new head of product
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Attraction World has promoted senior product manager Phillipa Standley to head of product.Standley will join the ticket specialist’s leadership team alongside ...

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Midcounties homeworkers reunite at pop-up picnics
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Home-based agents from The Personal Travel Agents were reunited in a series of pop-up picnics hosted by the division’s support centre team.The events for ...

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Departure data reveals muted re-start for Gatwick
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Flight data for Gatwick Airport suggests a muted start to the peak summer season in the week that state schools in England broke up for the holidays with an ...

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Report: ‘When I was on my knees, Abta LifeLine was there for me’
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In a special National Travel Agent Day webcast, Sam Robinson outlines how the charity supported him and his daughter after the death of his wifeA former ...

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Uniworld’s UK boss sees strong bounceback in expanded role
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The boss of river cruise line Uniworld has reported a strong bounceback in sales after taking on a newly-expanded role within parent company The Travel ...

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Over half of families plan foreign summer holiday, new research finds
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More than half of families plan a trip abroad this summer with more than a third opting for a European beach holiday despite Covid-19 travel regulations.Over ...

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Not Just Travel makes environmental pledge
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Not Just Travel has announced a pledge that profits from every single booking will contribute towards one of five environmental projects.The homeworking group ...

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Ryanair forecasts short haul ‘snap back’ as long haul delayed
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Ryanair expects the short-haul travel market to “snap back” in August boosted by a delay in leisure traffic resuming beyond Europe.Eddie Wilson, chief ...

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EU Digital Covid Certificate remains ‘a work in progress’
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The EU’s Digital Covid Certificate remains “a work in progress” with member states still imposing their own restrictions, EC director general for mobility and ...

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International cruise ban ‘set to be lifted this month’
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Foreign Office advice against international cruising is on track to be lifted at the end of this month, according to the chief executive of Saga ...

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Saga’s 2022 cruise programme 45% sold
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Saga’s 2022 cruise programme is already 45% sold with sales through the trade in three of the last six months higher than in the same three months of ...

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Spirit of Adventure takes Saga’s cruise offering to ‘another level’
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Saga’s new ship Spirit of Adventure “takes the line’s offering to another level”, according to boss Nick Stace.Speaking at the ship’s naming ceremony in ...

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Ryanair finalises Belfast City summer network return
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Ryanair has finalised a network of eight summer routes from George Best Belfast City airport.Ibiza, Valencia and Milan have been added to existing services by ...

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Atas plans virtual Monopoly walk for National Travel Agent Day
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The Association of Touring and Adventure Suppliers (Atas) has organised a virtual Monopoly walk to raise funds for National Travel Agent Day.It is urging ...

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Explore marks National Travel Agent Day with half price concession
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Half price tours are available in a special concession scheme by adventure operator Explore to mark National Travel Agent Day on July 23.The company is ...

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High Court backs government after MAG traffic light case
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The High Court has backed the government after it faced an industry legal challenge led by Manchester Airports Group arguing for the government to publish the ...

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UK ‘being left behind’ by restrictions, warns easyJet chief
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The UK has been left behind by the re-opening of international travel in Europe, easyJet chief Johan Lundgren warned as he reported capacity and bookings ...

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Most inbound operators have lost 95% of business or more
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Fresh data shows 87% of the UK’s inbound tour operators and destination management companies (DMCs) have lost more than 95% of their 2021 business due to a ...

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EasyJet launches 10 winter holiday routes
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EasyJet holidays has launched 10 new holiday routes.Additional departures are from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Luton, Gatwick, Manchester, Belfast and Bristol ...

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Rock updates Covid travel insurance to cover NHS Test & Trace
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ROCK Insurance Group has updated its Covid-protection products to include NHS Test & Trace cover.The travel insurance provider Covid-protection product ...

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Carnival brands aim to reach 75% of capacity by end of year
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Carnival Cruise Line has said it hopes to resume sailings on its entire fleet by the end of the year, which would mean its parent company would be operating at ...

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