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.
Ensure you are doing these three things…
Each year ABTA runs a series of campaigns across the peak season to help customers keep themselves safe on holiday.
Find out all about this year's Travel Convention, taking place in Seville from 8 to 10 October.
Do you understand the legal liabilities and risks associated with group travel and tours?
How to prepare your EU employees for life after the UK departs the EU.
ABTA advises holidaymakers to think twice before hiring mopeds and only ride quad bikes as part of an organised excursion.
ABTA’s Stop Sickness Scam campaign has been shortlisted for a PR Week Award.
We spoke to the experts about what they consider to be the most important things a travel marketer should know.
ABTA has launched a refreshed version of its Accessible Tourism e-learning tool.
Read ABTA's statement on Eurotunnel delays and further customer advice.
ABTA’s public affairs team provides an update on the Brexit process and the work ABTA is doing on behalf of Members.
ABTA is delighted to announce its first ‘Health and Safety Auditing in Travel’ workshop in London on Tuesday 30 October.
By David Bennett, VAT Consultant, Elman Wall Bennet in Travel Law Today, 5th Edition.
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.
During The Travel Convention 2018, delegates will be treated to two spectacular parties organised by our Convention hosts.
Dr Julian Morris, Operating Partner, Plexus makes the case for getting the right insurance for your business.
ABTA is predicting a leap in the number of people booking a holiday.
Mark Tanzer comments on these important updates.
Rebecca Thornley-Gibson, Employment Partner, Ince & Co. shares an update on the Taylor Review.
This is your opportunity to contribute vital information which could affect the rules around CRS for air ticket sales.
ABTA warns holidaymakers about exaggerated or false holiday sickness claims.
From April to June, nine new Members and eight new Partners joined ABTA.
July is the start of ABTA’s financial year, which is always a good opportunity to take stock and reflect.
Emma Milgate, Associate Director at ABTA Partner RSM discusses her key takeaways from the seminar.
Neil Baylis, Partner, K&L Gates discusses the impacts of Brexit on the transportation sector.
More holidays will become packages from 1 July, as the new Package Travel Regulations come into force.
Expansion at Heathrow and Brexit were among the issues discussed at ABTA’s Travel Matters event yesterday.
Senior figures and industry leaders discuss priority issues at ABTA - The Travel Association’s Travel Matters event
Sue Barham, Consultant at HFW has discussed regulatory principles aimed at avoiding discrimination against passengers with PRMs.
Nominations are invited for two vacancies that have arisen on ABTA's Council of Regions.
Find out more about our event in Manchester on 11 July.
Stephen Mason, Senior Partner, Travlaw LLP discusses financial protection under the new PTR 2018.
There is just over a week to go until the Early Bird registration offer for the 2018 Travel Convention comes to an end.
The award recognises individuals or businesses who use the ABTA logo or branding to promote their membership and the value of it.
Members can access ABTA's online training tool on FCO travel advice to find support on making customers aware of such advice.
ABTA is reminding holidaymakers to check Foreign and Commonwealth Office Travel Advice ahead of their holiday.
ABTA recently hosted IATA’s briefing for UK agents on getting ready for the implementation of NewGenISS (NGI).
Alex Padfield, Director, Hextalls explains how to update customer T&Cs under the new regulations.
ABTA and the FCO are urging holidaymakers to avoid taking risks on hotel balconies when abroad this summer.
Find out why you should attend ABTA’s second Future Talent in Travel conference in London on 3 July.
This year’s ABTA Aviation Forum is taking place on Monday, 11 June 2018 at ABTA in London.
Our annual sustainability campaign, Make Holidays Greener (MHG), launches today with a ‘Say no to plastic’ theme.
The annual campaign launches today with a call to action to ‘say no to plastic'.
Nominations are now open for election to the Council of Regions, to take effect from the AGM on 19 July 2018.
According to the Institute of Customer Service’s latest UK Customer Satisfaction Index there is some good news!
Rhys Griffiths, Partner, Fieldfisher writes for Travel Law Today – Spring 2018 edition on Monarch and lessons learnt.
Read ABTA's statement here.
As we approach the busy summer holiday season, the latest industry figures from GFK make for positive reading.
Health, medical issues, safety and security main worries for managers sending staff on business trips.
Joanna Kolatsis, Partner, Head of Aviation and Travel, Hill Dickinson LLP on the new PTR.
The Department for Transport has published the government’s response to the recent ATOL consultation.
Ahead of ABTA’s Solo Travel Conference, we find out from Phil Harper at Lonely Planet why solo travel is growing.
ABTA held its 20th annual Travel Law Seminar this week, hosted by K&L Gates.
ABTA releases limited number of tickets for Travel Matters event in June.
Alexandra Cooke, Commercial, IP and Technology Associate, Hamlins LLP, an ABTA Partner on GDPR.
ABTA is encouraging its Members to use an ABTA template letter to lobby their local MP.
Mark Tanzer comments on ABTA's online FCO training module.
Registration for The Travel Convention is open with a discounted Early Bird registration fee available to until the end of June.
The UK’s first independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner will address attendees at ABTA’s second annual Sustainable Travel event.
Your Year at ABTA provides a snapshot of the activity that ABTA has conducted on behalf of our Members over the last 12 months.
ABTA is announcing changes to its arbitration scheme.
Important information for all ABTA Members about the Package Travel Regulations.
Find out more about ABTA's event in London on 20 June.
ABTA warns that holidaymakers are travelling without the necessary insurance.
This week ABTA has launched the latest phase of its Travel with Confidence campaign – targeting 18-35 year olds.
Please use the template provided to write to your local MP.
Find out more about our Advanced Travel Marketing seminar in Manchester on 24 May.
ABTA targets the 18-35 leisure market as part of its 2018 Travel with confidence national advertising campaign.
Important information for all ABTA Members on data protection.
ABTA has released a discussion paper for Members to provide feedback and comments on by 10 May.
Simon Bunce, ABTA’s Director of Legal Affairs, explains why attending this year’s Travel Law Seminar is more important than ever.
Plastic will be the theme for this year’s Make Holidays Greener.
After much anticipation, the Package Travel Regulations were published on the Government’s website earlier this week.
A limited number of complimentary places are still available for Members this year.
Make Holidays Greener is returning for 2018, led by ABTA in partnership with Travelife for Hotels & Accommodations.
Applications are open for the ‘Best creative use of ABTA branding’ award at the Travel Brits 2018.
ABTA is targeting business travel buyers for the first time with a dedicated Travel with Confidence online advertising campaign.
Read ABTA's statement.
Over the weekend we launched our annual travel fraud campaign with our partners City Of London Police and Get Safe Online.
Find out more about ABTA's Accessible Travel Seminar.
The Government has published its response to the Aviation Strategy Call for Evidence launched in the last quarter of 2017.
ABTA – the Travel Association responds to Government announcement on changes to Package Travel Regulations
The changes will see more travel arrangements becoming packages from 1 July.
From January to March, 14 new Members and 11 new Partners joined ABTA.
We're pleased to announce that Nicola Pearce from Leeds Beckett University has been chosen as ABTA’s latest intern.
Payment Systems Regulator launches review – reminder to submit evidence.