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MHG 2018 launched in June with a ‘Say no to plastic’ theme and there is still time to take part.
ABTA has published five tips for students planning a volunteering trip.
ABTA advises holidaymakers to think twice before hiring mopeds and only ride quad bikes as part of an organised excursion.
ABTA has launched a refreshed version of its Accessible Tourism e-learning tool.
ABTA estimates 2.5 million British holidaymakers will travel overseas this weekend for the start of the summer break.
ABTA Members voted to pass all seven resolutions at the AGM today, Thursday 19 July.
ABTA is predicting a leap in the number of people booking a holiday.
ABTA warns holidaymakers about exaggerated or false holiday sickness claims.
From April to June, nine new Members and eight new Partners joined ABTA.
More holidays will become packages from 1 July, as the new Package Travel Regulations come into force.
Senior figures and industry leaders discuss priority issues at ABTA - The Travel Association’s Travel Matters event
The award recognises individuals or businesses who use the ABTA logo or branding to promote their membership and the value of it.
ABTA is reminding holidaymakers to check Foreign and Commonwealth Office Travel Advice ahead of their holiday.
ABTA and the FCO are urging holidaymakers to avoid taking risks on hotel balconies when abroad this summer.
The annual campaign launches today with a call to action to ‘say no to plastic'.
Health, medical issues, safety and security main worries for managers sending staff on business trips.
ABTA releases limited number of tickets for Travel Matters event in June.
ABTA is encouraging its Members to use an ABTA template letter to lobby their local MP.
Registration for The Travel Convention is open with a discounted Early Bird registration fee available to until the end of June.
ABTA is announcing changes to its arbitration scheme.
ABTA warns that holidaymakers are travelling without the necessary insurance.
ABTA targets the 18-35 leisure market as part of its 2018 Travel with confidence national advertising campaign.
Plastic will be the theme for this year’s Make Holidays Greener.
ABTA is targeting business travel buyers for the first time with a dedicated Travel with Confidence online advertising campaign.