Brits taking more long, foreign holidays

ABTA reveals new trend at Travel Convention in Seville UK holidaymakers are investing in longer overseas breaks as well as an overall bid towards cost-consciousness, according to ABTA's Holiday Habits Report. According to the data,…

ABTA welcomes 10 new members

Association welcomes 10 new members and five partners between July and September ABTA, the British travel association, welcomed 10 new members and five partners in July and September. The new numbers include two dual members,…

ABTA ‘most trusted travel scheme’ for consumers

 ABTA ranked number one among public ABTA, the UK travel association, is the country's most trusted travel scheme, according to new research. Respondents were asked to rank the travel organisations they are most confident in,…

Warning over fake claims

New advice follows ABTA’s campaign  The Solicitors Regulation Authority has issued new warnings to law firms over false holiday sickness claims, following ABTA’s Stop Holiday Sickness Scams campaign.  Paul Philip, SRA chief executive, said: “This…

ABTA diary: Nikki White

Each issue we speak to an ABTA employee about their work. This time, it’s Nikki White, director of destinations and sustainability My role is incredibly varied: I work across operations, health and safety and crisis…

Brexit: time remains to do a deal

Government needs to act to safeguard the travel industry over Brexit, writes Mark Tanzer  Brexit has been a big focus of ABTA’s work over the past three years, and mine in particular. We’ve spent a…

Ask the ABTA expert: animal welfare

Do you have a burning question you can’t find the answer to? Be it travel trends, a regulatory riddle, or destination dilemmas, send us your query for an expert response As a travel agent, I find that it’s…