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Economic value of UK travel to EU must not be underestimated, says travel association.
Andalusía - Turismo Andaluz, Turespaña, Seville Provincial Tourism Board and Seville City Hall to host Travel Convention 2018
Families are taking more holidays than people without children at home, according to ABTA’s Holiday Habits Report 2017.
Package holidays remain most popular option for overseas holidays.
A savvier breed of holidaymaker emerges
Positive associations with the ABTA brand also increase.
Holidaymakers and the travel industry have embraced the 15 pledges new to this year’s campaign
Thousands at risk of criminal record and hefty fines
Offers tips for gappers as tens of thousands expected to take a gap year
ABTA encourages delegates to make the most of their time in The Azores.
Record numbers of British holidaymakers are set to head overseas for summer holidays this weekend (21-23 July).
#StopSicknessScams campaign launches online videos warning holidaymakers of risks of making fraudulent claims
ABTA welcomes 11 new Members and four new Partners between April -June 2017, 54 Members joined ABTA in 2016-17.
ABTA announces the winner of ‘Best use of ABTA branding’ award at this year’s Travel Brits.
Chance to win Go Pro camera by making a sustainable holiday pledge.
Tina Stowell, Stuart Leven and Jamie Gardiner join ABTA Board.
Travel businesses, staff and customers urged to write to MPs to close the claims loophole.
Campaign calls on new Government to act urgently; holidaymakers warned they could face up to 3 years in jail.
Launches “Stop Sickness Scams” with support of Members.
Speakers include Miriam González Durántez and Deloitte’s Alistair Pritchard.
Calls on all political parties to tackle shady claims companies
ABTA and Travelife encourage consumers and industry to make sustainable holiday pledges