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Ryanair Connection Talks Near Deal

content discovered on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 in

Ryanair has been in talks for a number of months with a number of airlines about providing feeder and connector flights for long-haul services.The company says such a deal with Aer Lingus would be a “win-win” for Ireland.It is currently waiting for a reply to proposals from the IAG-owned airline and expects to hear from it either this week or next. If the reply is positive, a service could commence sometime next year.Meanwhile, Ryanair has firmed up its recently raised profit guidance for its current fin...

Ranking of Locations Every Star Wars Fan Should...

content discovered on Thursday, October 22, 2015 in

Star Wars themed destinations including filming locations for The Force Awakens GoEuro.com, the search engine for comparing and booking flights, coach and rail travel across Europe, may not be able to take you to a galaxy far, far away, but the team partnered withGetYourGuideto rank the out-of-this-world locations used throughout the Star Wars franchise, including those for the highly anticipated Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Taking the top spot as the top Star Wars experience is Legoland. The compan...

Warming Winters in Cornwall

content discovered on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 in

With the dark nights now closing in there’s lots of festive events happening in Cornwall. T’is nearly the season to eat, drink and be merry whilst enjoying Cornwall’s fabulous festive spirit. Leisurely crisp strolls along the beautiful Cornish coast, warming hot chocolates by a rustic log fire and snuggling beneath fluffy blankets whilst the sea storms ripple in - winter is not to be missed in this Christmassy wonderland. October Half-term events ‘Freak or Unique’ and ‘Weird and Wonderful Trail’ Exh...

Star Wars Filming on Skellig Michael

content discovered on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 in

Disney owned LucasFilm has been granted permission to return to Skellig Michael this week to film scenes for one of the upcoming Star Wars movies. The UNESCO world heritage site has already hosted film crews last year and serves as the location for Luke Skywalkers hideout in the next release in the saga. However, concerns have been raised this time around, most notably by An Taisce and also by Clumnist, Fintan O'Toole. The cite concerns regarding transparency, the built heritage and environment on the i...

What happened when I posted Nazi propaganda on ...

content discovered on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 in

Recently in the UK, someone decided to see what would happen when they posted Nazi anti-semitic propaganda on the daily mail. They took the English translations, replaced Jew with migrant and posted in the comments section. The results were worrying as they received massively more upvotes than downvotes. I decided to try the same on the comments section of thejournal.ie, posing under the name “John Rexford” to see what happened. I had planned on continuing this experiment for longer but, to their cred...

Where the UK goes on holiday

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Some Facts on immigration

content discovered on Thursday, September 3, 2015 in

Related to the UK but let's have a look. 26% of NHS doctors were born abroad The BMA advises that without immigrants many NHS services would struggle to provide effective care Almost 5.5 million British people live permanently abroad (economic emigrants?) Immigrants are 60% less likely to claim benefits than British born people Between 1995 and 2011, EU immigrants contributed £8.8 billion more than they gained Most studies suggest immigration has no significant impact on employment or unemployment UK had...

The Refugee Crisis, call it what it is.

content discovered on Thursday, September 3, 2015 in

Picture this, your neighbors house is burning down. The family, let's say there's 5 of them, come to you looking for help. You vaguely know them, you know one of the kids as been in trouble in school."No sorry, one of you might cause trouble, go back to your house, or maybe try next door".This is the reality of what we in Europe are doing. Our neighbors across the Mediterranean, their house is burning down around them. Yet people call for them to be kept out because "there might be terrorists with them",...

Kusadasi

content discovered on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 in

I have been somewhat of a holiday hipster for the last couple of years, avoiding the "tourist traps" of the Mediterranean, sticking to city breaks, fitting in as much as possible in the one trip. It's a rewarding experience to take in new cultures, visit museums etc. However, this summer, we decided to pack that in. A few months ago we called into Abbey Travel in Killarney and booked ourselves a package holiday to Kusadasi in Turkey. For the first time in forever, we left the entire thing in the hands of...

Stupid things Travel Agents hear

content discovered on Friday, August 14, 2015 in

fromhttp://notalwaysright.com/tag/travel-agency/page/2 I work in a travel agency and we handle a lot of rental car bookings. Note: if you book a car early, and want to change something about the booking, the rate for the car will change. This exchange takes place with a customer who has booked a car about three months prior:) Customer:“I’d like to change my booking to pick the car up a day earlier.” Me:“I’d be happy to take care of that.”*pulls up new booking info*“Your new rate is going to be [severa...

Airbus Supersonic Jet Patent

content discovered on Wednesday, August 5, 2015 in

From TheJournal.ie LAST MONTH, THEUS Patent and Trademark Officeapproved an application from Airbus for an “ultra-rapid air vehicle and related method of aerial locomotion”. In other words, the aerospace manufacturer just patented a hypersonic jet. Airbus expects the jet to reach speeds as high as Mach 4.5 — or 4 1/2 times the speed of sound. According toPatentYogi’s Deepak Gupta, this means the Airbus jet could make the trip from Dublin to New York in under an hour. Source: Screenshot viaYouTube/Pa...

Technology in the Travel Industry

content discovered on Friday, July 10, 2015 in

A couple of years back I wrote a report for college on the impact of ICT application in the Travel/Tourism industry. I wrote about how I felt that the industry, and travel agents in particular, seemed slow to adapt and evolve with new trends and technologies. I wrote how the industry was playing catch up somewhat, but looked to be getting up to speed.It's been two years now since I wrote that report, and things seem to be quite a bit better, travel agencies and tourism bodies are much better with their a...

Responsible Travel publishes accessible tourism...

content discovered on Friday, July 10, 2015 in

As recent research shows that with adequate services demand in the accessible tourism industry could potentially increase by 44% a year, Responsible Travel has published an inspirational Accessible Tourism guide for the 1 in 5travelersglobally who have a disability. Since 2008, it has been illegal for airlines and holiday companies to refuse to fly people in and out of the European Union (EU) because they are disabled. Yet recent research shows that the European tourism sector is still missing out on a...

7 great cycling routes you should try this summer

content discovered on Tuesday, July 7, 2015 in

From the42.ie CYCLING HAS BECOME incredibly popular in Ireland, both as a means of transport and as a leisure time pursuit. It can be part of your daily exercise routine, part of your commute or just something you do with your friends for fun. But if you’ve gotten hooked on cycling, as many people tend to do, you are constantly looking for new routes and new challenges. Whether it is cycling the thousands of back roads around the country or the many scenic off-road trails — there is something for every...

13 depressing reviews of Ireland’s most famous ...

content discovered on Monday, June 22, 2015 in

from TheDailyEdge.ie IRELAND IS GENERALLY accepted by the international community to be a beautiful country full of history, the land of saints and scholars (and Guinness, of course). But a few of those who have actually been to these shores want to debunk that myth. Read on and discover the myriadand baffling ways our lovely landmarks have been found lacking.1. The Burren: “A barren area.” Source:Wikipedia Leave it to the Irish to make this barren area a tourist attraction! No, it’s the BURREN. N...

Stop Being an Idiot Abroad

content discovered on Friday, June 12, 2015 in

There has been a lot of media coverage in the past few days regarding Elanor Hawkins, a young Brit arrested for stripping on a sacred Malaysian mountain. I am angered by some of the comments I have seen coming from people in Britain. "Malaysia should be ashamed of themselves" from one commentator on yahoo, "How can a place be sacred" said another "Cameron should step in".Even worse than these, one of those arrested a blogger by the name of Emil Kaminski, shows absolutely no remorse for this blatant disre...

How to get cheap flights

content discovered on Friday, June 5, 2015 in

First things first, this relates primarily to what we call "legacy carriers" British Airways, Virgin, American Airlines etc. Low cost airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet have a different pricing model.Airlines have many different ways of setting prices on their tickets. It depends on the route, seat availability, how long you are staying etc. These rules change from time to time, and a lot of it is down to blind luck.The trick is finding out what set of rules result in the cheapest tickets. It used to b...

Tel Aviv Loves all Genders

content discovered on Monday, June 1, 2015 in

'Tel Aviv Loves all Genders' Asia's Largest Gay Parade (12.6) Expected to Draw Record 180,000 Participants from Israel and Around the World This Year's Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade to focus on supporting the Transgender Community. 2014 Eurovision starConchita Wurst to arrive in Tel Aviv to participate. Events ?include parade along the city's world-famous beach, LGBT culture festival, film festival, conferences, ongoing chill-out beach and Tel Aviv's largest ever Gay Party (to host 7,000 party-goers at t...

All you need to know about the marriage referendum

content discovered on Friday, May 22, 2015 in

All you need to know about the marriage referendumWhat are we voting on? Voters will be asked whether the Constitution should be changed so as to extend civil marriage rights to same-sex couples. The proposed amendment to article 41 is the insertion of the line: “Marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two persons without distinction as to their sex.” The Irish version, which takes precedence, reads: “Féadfaidh beirt, gan beann ar a ngnéas, conradh pósta a dhéanamh de réir dlí.” If the prop...

Marriage Referendum

content discovered on Thursday, May 21, 2015 in

For the last number of weeks I've been very active on social media calling for a yes vote. I've written numerous comments trying to clarify what the vote is actually about here, for one last time I will look to clear everything up one last time before the voting begins tomorrow.This referendum does not have anything to do with adoption laws, surrogacy or anything else related to raising children. This has been the mainstay of the No campaign. If you had been planning on voting No for this reason I urge y...

Connect Aviation Conference comes to Kerry

content discovered on Friday, May 15, 2015 in

Details of a major international aviation industry conference being hosted in Ireland were announced today by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe TD, together with Carol O'Donoghue, Route Development Marketing Manager, Kerry Airport and Niall Gibbons, CEO, Tourism Ireland. From June 3rd to 5th Kerry Airport will become Ireland’s first airport to host one of Europe’s leading tourism and aviation conferences, CONNECT Aviation Conference. The three day event taking place in Killarney...

5 reasons there is more to Ireland than Dublin

content discovered on Thursday, May 7, 2015 in

This is going to be a very short post. The chariman of Fáilte Ireland said in an interview recently that "Ireland is really only about Dublin". I absolutely and categorically disagree with this. My reasons are outlined in the below pictures.1. County Kerry 2. Galway 3. Cork 4. Donegal 5. See for yourself Bonus reason! You might also likeCaragh Lake

AMERICAN AIRLINES GROUP REPORTS RECORD FIRST QU...

content discovered on Monday, April 27, 2015 in

American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) today reported its first quarter 2015 results. ·Reported record first quarter 2015 net profit of $1.2 billion excluding net special charges, tripling the Company’s first quarter 2014 net profit of $402 million excluding net special credits ·Reported record first quarter 2015GAAP net profit of $932 million, a $452 million improvement versus the Company’s first quarter 2014GAAP net profit of $480 million ·Achieved several critical integration milestones during ...

Aer Lingus Takeover

content discovered on Monday, April 20, 2015 in

There is a lot of debate these days surrounding the IAG takeover bid for Aer Lingus. Lots of people are adamant that we should not sell our "national airline".First of all, Aer Lingus is no longer a legitimate national airline. It is a private company in which the Government just happens to have a 25% stake. In actual fact, Ryanair brings a whole lot more to Ireland, in terms of passengers and tourism income, than Aer Lingus does.Another sticking point is the Heathrow landing slots, which many believe co...

Airbus proposes 11-across A380 seating

content discovered on Friday, April 17, 2015 in

From usatoday.com follow the author on [email protected] The dreaded middle seat may soon become harder to avoid. That's thanks to a new seat layout unveiled byAirbusthis week at the Aircraft Interior Expo inHamburg, Germany. The European jetmaker has come up with a seating layout giving airlines the option for even more seats in the economy section of its A380 double-decker superjumbo jet. Airbus is doing so with a layout that squeezes an extra seat into each row in economy. Previously, Airbus' ...

Irelands Ancient East

content discovered on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 in

A New initiative from Fáilte Ireland was announed this week, Irelands Ancient East is a follow up to the hugely successful Wild Atlantic Way which runs down the western seaboard.A fantastic promotion of the east, at least on paper. This new initiative looks to promote our ancient history in the likes of the Boyne valley, Gleandalough, Waterfords Viking Quarter etc. Attractions that have been there for a long time but until now have received very little promotion. Estimates from Fáilte Ireland suggest the...

Domestic Tourism Outlook for 2015

content discovered on Monday, April 13, 2015 in

CSO Statistics were released today providing information on where Irish people go for their holidays. No surprise that the UK is the most popular, followed by Spain and France. The domestic tourism market also fared reasonably well with Irish residents taking1.65 million domestic trips in the fourth quarter of 2014.CEO of Fáilte Ireland, Shaun Quinn had this to say on the figures."Fáilte Ireland will be playing its part this year to strengthen this domestic performance through relentless marketing – both...

Analysis of the new Tourism Policy for Ireland

content discovered on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 in

On Monday the 23rd of March Minister Donohoe launched the new Tourism plan for Ireland entitled "People, Place and Policy – Growing Tourism to 2025". This aims to set out the plans for growth in Tourism over the next ten years. And picked a perfect stereotype for the cover photo This new policy marks a shift in thinking of how we should approach increasing revenue from Tourism. Whereas previously the main approach was to get as many visitors in as possible, this new policy seems to aim more at gettin...

Don't feed the Troll

content discovered on Thursday, April 2, 2015 in

Despite what a "notable figure" has tweeted recently, depression is a very real, very dangerous mental illness. I am lucky that I have never suffered from it myself, but I know people who have and are suffering. I have lost a friend to it, I know families who have been torn apart by it.It sickens me that Ms Hopkins and, judging by the support she gets on twitter, quite a few in the UK believe that this illness is somehow made up? An excuse for staying off work or a way of getting attention perhaps?To tho...

10 Top Tips for Business Travellers

content discovered on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 in

As the old saying goes, time is money. This is just as true with Business Travel. Ideally you need to get where you’re going, as quickly and smoothly as possible. It is often simple changes that can make the biggest difference. So I, along with some of my colleagues here in Portman Travel (hat-tip to Lynda Parker and David Witter), have put together a checklist of things to make traveling for business that much easier. 1.Charge Electronic Devices Fully. Not only is this a requirement for many airlines ...

The Canary Islands - Christmas in the Sun

content discovered on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 in

7 CHRISTMASES IN THE BEST CLIMATE IN THE WORLD · A warm Christmas under the sun of the Canary Islands. · Outdoor sports, sunshine and beach, diving, surfing and golf are just some of the options for a different kind of Christmas. Coats, scarves and even snow in many cases...This is the classic picture of Christmas, but there is a whole other way to enjoy Christmas - The Canary Islands enjoy an average winter temperature of 18º C, so any of its seven islands are the perfect destination for an alternat...

New App launched to find out how well-travelled...

content discovered on Saturday, October 25, 2014 in android app apple been2 google iphone travel

TourRadar, the web and mobile platform for group travel, is expanding its horizons in the mobile app world by launching ‘been2’. The simple and fun travel app is geared towards curious travelers who who want to find out how many countries they have been to and then brag about it to their Facebook friends. Many travelers keep a private, conscious count of the number of countries they have been2, however many have not taken the time to tally up their list. The app is not only a great way to rank yoursel...

Slovakia

content discovered on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 in europe slovakia

How Slovakia has remained off the Mass Tourism radar for so long I don't know. This country is possibly one of the most strikingly beautiful in Europe. This central European country would not look out of place in a Tolkien story. The vast majority of visitors arrive into the capital and go no further, but the capital is only part of the charm. Getting outside of Bratislava, take a train across the country to see the low, rolling fields leading onto spectacular views of the imposing Tatras mountains. Type...

18 unique travel destinations that will make yo...

content discovered on Monday, August 4, 2014 in beautiful holiday unique vacation

from The Daily Edge SUFFERING FROM POST-holiday blues? Eagerly counting down the days until you’re off work and embarking on a week of sunbathing? Whatever your story, here are some unique, otherworldly travel destinations to daydream about.1.Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, China Source: Shutterstock Stunning multi-coloured rock formationsthat were 24 million years in the making? We’re there.2. Fingal’s Cave, Staffa, Scotland Source:dun_deagh/Flickr Situated on this uninhabited island o...

Malaysian Airlines flight reportedly shot down ...

content discovered on Thursday, July 17, 2014 in crash malaysian airlines russia ukraine

The passenger plane is reported to have been en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. Various reports say that the flight was shot down over disputed airspace. Amateur footage shows thick smoke trailing to the crash site. Malaysia Airlines confirms 'incident' on board one of its flights amid reports of plane crash in Ukraine near Russian borderUkrainian Interior Ministry: "295 dead in Malaysian airlines crash"Interfax agency reports that the plane was brought down by a ground-to-air missile. Ukrainian n...

Airbus patents new “moped-style” aeroplane seats

content discovered on Thursday, July 17, 2014 in airbus aviation uncomfortable

From Thejournal.ie FRENCH AVIATION GIANT Airbus has filed a patent that would see no-frills become even more uncomfortable. Not content with non-reclining chairs and limited leg-room, the French manufacturer has proposed a new system that would see short-haul planes fitted with more seats. The extra seats would be added by adding a seating system that has “reduced bulk”, appearing to look something like a moped seat. That means taking the cushions out and mounting the seats on a pole. The patent fili...

New Tourism Minister

content discovered on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 in cabinet government minister reshuffle tourism

From ITTN.ie Paschal Donohoe TD has been appointed as the new Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport by the Taoiseach and as such will have responsibility for aviation and for Failte Ireland. Paschal was appointedMinister of State for European Affairs at the Department of the Taoiseach and Foreign Affairs and Trade in July 2013. He waselected to the Dail in February 2011 and was previously elected to Seanad Eireann in 2007, where he was the Fine Gael Seanad Spokesperson on Transport. Paschal was ...

Airport security: DfT says checks will now take...

content discovered on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 in

The Department for Transport has updated its airport security advice, stating that there could now be checks on electronic devices “on some routes into or out of the UK”. The department has not disclosed which routes are involved. The advice was already being applied on some flights from the UK to the US, but it now means that flights to the UK will also come under scrutiny. All passengers flying into or out of the UK are being advised to ensure electronic devices in hand luggage are sufficiently char...

British Airways to turn away passengers with un...

content discovered on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 in british airways heathrow terrorism uk usa

Business travellers and holiday makers will be stopped from boarding planes if they arrive with uncharged phones or other electrical items.“Please do all you can to ensure that items you bring with you are fully powered before you arrive at the airport. Please do not bring any broken devices in your hand luggage to the airport as you will not be able to fly as planned.” British Airways said passengers who fail to turn on devices when asked will immediately be banned from their US flight and will have to...

Hotel Review: Hyde Park Executive Apartments.

content discovered on Thursday, July 3, 2014 in hotel hyde london park

Top Tip: Stay anywhere else!I'm not normally one to complain about poor quality service, often put it down to the staff just having a bad day. But I have never in my life witnessed the likes of this. I booked this accommodation through a booking site online, but for personal reasons had to cancel it. So I rang the accommodation directly to do so. I was told by the lady on the phone that she would cancel it for me and that there would be no charge. I rang the next day to confirm this and was told again th...

Aer Lingus ‘reluctantly’ agrees to foot €191 mi...

content discovered on Friday, June 27, 2014 in aer lingus pension strike

from thejournal.ie AER LINGUS HAS “reluctantly” agreed to pay €191 million into its employee pension fund. The board of the airline made the decision on the recommendation of an Expert Panel formed earlier this year to resolve a dispute between Aer Lingus and employees in its general pension scheme. The panel was established after the pair failed to agree how to implement the recommendations of the Irish Labour Court. Chief executive Christoph Mueller said that the new solution involved “a significan...

French ATC strike called off

content discovered on Thursday, June 26, 2014 in atc franct strike

The strike by French air traffic controllers which had caused widespread disruption to UK flights has ended. The AFP news agency reported that unions had confirmed the industrial action against budget cuts had been called off. The strike had been expected to continue until Sunday, however the Unsa-ICNA union, which initially launched the protest, said the strike had been called off after the government recognised the “importance of investment in the sector”, the BBC said. The disruption also worsened ...

Man sues British Airways after booking for Gran...

content discovered on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 in airways british granada grenada

From The Daily EdgeAn American man is suing British Airways after he got on a plane he thought was heading for the Spanish city of Granada, but ended up in the Caribbean island of Grenada. The Independent reportsthat Edward Gamson only realised his mistake once the flight was in the air and he and his partner glanced at the map they have at the front of the plane which shows you which way you’re headed. And they werenotheaded in the right direction. “How did this happen?” we hear you exclaim. Well,...

Etihad to buy 49% stake in Alitalia

content discovered on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 in airline alitalia aviation etihad

from TTG Digital Etihad Airways has confirmed that it has agreed the principal terms and conditions to acquire a 49% equity stake in Alitalia. The move is likely to be the Abu Dhabi airline’s biggest investment in a foreign airline to date. It follows the announcement earlier this month, in which Etihad said it would invest in the debt-laden Alitalia if a number of conditions were met. The Italian carrier was bailed out by the government last year. In a joint statement issued today, the joint airl...

Rixos Premium Göcek Suites &Villas opens to rav...

content discovered on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 in greece hotels rixos

from the World Travel Network The new Rixos property in Göcek - known for its world-famous bays - serves the premium market with 206 suites and villas in a fabulous location near the sea and pine trees in peace with magnificent nature. The property offers peaceful holidays with great sea and mountain views, in the middle of pine trees. Rixos Premium Göcek Suites Villas, situated on an area of 76500 square meters, provides guests with everything they would expect form a perfect holiday. There is a ch...

France Air Traffic Control Strike

content discovered on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 in air cancelled control flight france strike traffic

from TTG Digital A number of airlines have had to cancel flights to France over the next few days, following a wave of strikes by French air traffic controllers between today and June 29. EasyJetsaid it was cancellingaround 25% of its operationsto France. In a statement the no-frills airline said that although one of the unions had taken the decision not to strike, it had been advised that it should still cancel operations, “including a number of flights specifically from Lyon, Marseille, Toulouse, Bo...

Stevns Klint in Denmark has been added to the U...

content discovered on Monday, June 23, 2014 in denmark heritage klint site stevns unesco world

At its annual meeting in Qatar, UNESCO’s world heritage committee has added the coastal cliff Stevns Klint in Denmark to its list ofoutstanding world heritage sites.The Danish Minister for Culture, Marianne Jelved, says:”I am proud that the UNESCO world heritage committee have recognized the unique value of Stevns Klint. And particularly proud that Denmark has onceagain made a contribution to our common world heritage and, in that way, helped forge bonds across national boundaries.”The mayor of Stevns Mu...

Scorching summer inspires stylish showers at Gl...

content discovered on Thursday, June 12, 2014 in glamping glastonbury

Famed for its followers' fearlessness in the face of less clement weather, this year the festival favourite may be able to boast a heat wave for the first time in about 20 years.Predictions about this summer's heat wave being the hottest on record look to be coming to fruition. As festival goers hope to soak up the sun, one expert explains that record numbers are packing up their possessions and opting for a luxury stay as glamping becomes the hottest travel trend of the decade. Whether it's to shelter f...

Heathrow 'confident' over third runway

content discovered on Tuesday, June 3, 2014 in airport gatwick heathrow lhr london runway

From the Travel Trade Gazette Heathrow has won the argument that it should have a third runway, a spokesman for the airport has claimed. Speaking as Heathrow gears up to open the new Terminal 2 on Wednesday, Nigel Milton, Heathrow’s director of policy and political relations, told the GTMC conference in Marrakech: “At the moment, we are confident we will get permission for it.” The Davies Commission will decide whether to back expansion at Gatwick, Heathrow or a Thames Estuary airport next summer, aft...

Package Travel Directive changes could offer 'l...

content discovered on Thursday, May 8, 2014 in eu package holidays

by Patrick Whyte Tweaks by MEPS to the revised Package Travel Directive could end up giving holidaymakers less protection than they have at the moment, a senior industry figure has warned.Amendments made by the European Parliament – where politicians elected from across the continent sit – has created a situation that “clearly isn’t right”, with “potential for things to go horribly wrong in the future”.Speaking at the annual Abta Travel Law Seminar, Andy Cooper, director of government and external affai...


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