New measures announced by Abta today “should go some way” to helping members attract and retain employees, says chief executive Mark Tanzer.
ABTA – The Travel Association has written to Conservative leadership candidates Rt Hon Liz Truss MP and Rishi Sunak MP to outline what is needed to support the UK travel industry through its recovery from the COVID pandemic, and to ensure a prosperous future for the sector.
ABTA has launched its events programme for autumn 2022-summer 2023 offering a host of high-quality, professional training events and conferences for businesses of all sizes, designed to keep the travel industry up-to-date on important, business critical issues.
With the parliamentary term over and MPs back in their constituencies, we now know that either former chancellor Rishi Sunak or foreign secretary Liz Truss will soon be the UK’s next prime minister.
ABTA – The Travel Association has issued its top tips for families travelling abroad during the summer holidays, with this weekend marking the start of the summer break for the majority of schools in England and Wales.
The latest research from ABTA shows demand for trusted travel advice and package holidays remains high as the industry gears up for the busiest summer season since the start of the pandemic.
With 60% of people planning to travel abroad this summer, rising to three in four families (75%), ABTA – The Travel Association is urging holidaymakers to go through a final checklist of actions to make sure they’ve got everything in place for their summer holidays.
ABTA is encouraging delegates to register by Tuesday 19 July for this year’s Travel Convention to take advantage of the discounted Early Bird rates.
ABTA has provided a written submission to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Select Committee which has been looking at the difficulties some passengers experienced when travelling over the May half-term period.