ABTA, The School Travel Forum and UKinbound welcomes new commitment
ABTA, The School Travel Forum and UKinbound welcome the commitment to make school and youth group travel between the UK and France easier
New data from UKinbound reveals UK summer travel trends
New research by leading travel trade association UKinbound suggests that the resurgence of the UK’s inbound tourism industry is being led by couples and empty nesters, adults whose children have left home, from international markets, but supply chain capacity and staffing issues could slow down recovery.
Palmira Errico joins UKinbound as events manager
Award-winning association UKinbound has welcomed seasoned events and project management professional Palmira Errico to its team as events manager.
Amar Latif named as UKinbound keynote speaker
Travel trade association UKinbound is pleased to announce Amar Latif, broadcaster, entrepreneur and blind traveller as its keynote speaker for its 2022 Annual Convention, taking place in Aberdeen on 28 and 29 September.
Jubilee celebrations draw international visitors to the UK
With exciting events planned across the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June, award-winning travel trade association UKinbound, whose 300 plus UK members service international visitors holidaying in the UK, shares its views on the upcoming festivities.
Strong bounce anticipated for UK inbound tourism
Latest figures released by UKinbound, the trade association for UK inbound tourism, indicate a strong recovery for UK tourism arrivals in 2022, although still significantly below pre-pandemic levels.
UKinbound calls for day two testing to be scrapped
UKinbound has written to the department for transport asking for day two testing for vaccinated international arrivals to be scrapped at the next travel review, due at the end of the month.
Praise for scrapping of pre-departure tests from travel sector
Organisations from across the travel industry have welcomed a decision from prime minister, Boris Johnson, to phase out pre-departure tests for arrivals into England.
Travel sector critical of new hospitality funding
ABTA has criticised £1 billion in emergency funding for the hospitality sector in the UK, arguing the plight of the travel industry has been ignored.
UKinbound again asks for emergency financial support for sector
UKinbound and 67 business leaders from the tourism industry have written to the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to ask for emergency financial support in light of the Omicron travel restrictions.
Travel industry broadly welcomes regulation changes
The travel sector in England has offered a warm welcome to a simplified system of restrictions unveiled by the government, arguing it will begin to rebuild confidence in the sector.
Modest green list additions not enough, argues travel sector
The travel trade has welcomed a number of new additions to the UK green list unveiled by the government, but said much more needs to be done to help the sector.