James Villa Holidays has appointed Andreas Nau as its new managing director. He joins the firm from Expedia where he served as managing director for central Europe since 2011 and subsequently managing director for EMEA since 2016.
The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office has advised against “all but essential” travel to Sri Lanka. The move is likely to deal a body blow to the tourism industry in the country and follows a coordinated series of terror attacks over the Easter weekend.
England Rugby Travel’s experts don’t simply rely on reviews to put packages together for clients with the best possible accommodation, excursions and dining options.
The UK government has confirmed that it will reciprocate the European Union’s arrangements for air travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit. This confirms that EU airlines will be able to continue to operate flights between the UK and the EU, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Qatar Airways will increase its flight frequency from the UK & Ireland to the Middle East by 17 flights per week ahead of the crucial summer season.
The contribution to the UK economy from outbound travel has increased by a third since 2014, reveals ABTA. The overall contribution to the UK economy from outbound travel now stands at £37.1 billion and 1.8 per cent of GDP, up 36 per cent from £27.1 billion in 2014.
CLIA UK & Ireland is expecting to confirm more than two million British travellers took a cruise last year for the first time. The news comes as positive figures from the key 2018 summer travelling period are released, revealing a 2.1 per cent rise on the same period in 2017.