ABTA discusses decarbonising tourism

"Big problems don’t always have big solutions": ABTA's chief executive Mark Tanzer addresses ABTA members on balancing the benefits with the costs of decarbonising tourism. As leaders from across the globe come together at COP26…

ABTA responds to autumn Budget

ABTA has responded to the Chancellor's autumn Budget, in which he announced a cut to domestic air passenger duty (APD) from April 2023 - plus a tax hike on long-haul flights over 5,500 miles. Chancellor…

ABTA asks for travel support in upcoming Budget

ABTA has published a blog post from chief executive Mark Tanzer, addressing members on what the association has asked of the government ahead of next week’s Budget. On Wednesday next week, the Chancellor will deliver…

ABTA urges travel companies to apply for government…

ABTA has revealed that there could be up to £300 million of unspent Additional Restrictions Grant funding available to travel companies across England. Travel agents, tour operators and travel management companies in England are eligible…

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ABTA launches new Travel Trends Conference

The hybrid Travel Trends Conference is designed to support travel businesses by providing insight on the latest industry trends. ABTA – The Travel Association is launching a new hybrid Travel Trends Conference, scheduled to take…

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Industry leaders discuss travel’s ‘next normal’

At the 2021 ABTA Travel Convention, travel bosses from G Adventures, Celebrity Cruises and Sunways discussed navigating the ‘next normal’. The panel was moderated by Travel Weekly Group’s editor in chief Lucy Huxley, who was…

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ABTA’s top 10 travel tips for 2021

ABTA has released 10 top travel tips, from package deals to Covid advice, to help consumers book and travel with confidence this year. These are: Use the expertise of an ABTA Member to help plan…