Articles tagged “abta”

Travelers With Disabilities May Find Advantages in Using Travel Advisor Specialists

Travelers With Disabilities May Find Advantages in Using Travel Advisor Specialists

Allan Leibowitz, Skift

The number of people with disabilities is increasing and travel advisors need to understand this demographic. If they don’t, not only will they lose business to specialist agencies, they may also risk prosecution.

6 months ago

Viking Sky Rescue Doesn’t Appear to Be Hurting Cruise Demand

Viking Sky Rescue Doesn’t Appear to Be Hurting Cruise Demand

Allan Leibowitz, Skift

Cruise customers, who are shrugging off the recent Viking Sky dramas, seem to be a hardy bunch. Advisors have been spared a flood of cancellations, and it looks like business as usual for cruising.

7 months ago

UK Travel Association ABTA Targeted in Cyber Attack

UK Travel Association ABTA Targeted in Cyber Attack

Patrick Whyte, Skift

Sadly these types of attacks are becoming more common. We’ll have to wait and see whether the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office takes any action over the breach.

3 years ago

UK Study: Younger Travelers Taking Fewer Vacations

UK Study: Younger Travelers Taking Fewer Vacations

Oliver Smith, Daily Telegraph

In this UK study, fewer travelers booked vacations using tablets and smartphones than they did the year before, showing the continued hold of the desktop for travel bookings. For now, at least.

6 years ago

Airline activity adds $55.2 billion to the UK economy, says travel agent report

Airline activity adds $55.2 billion to the UK economy, says travel agent report

Leisure travel is often considered a distant second to business travel, but this report confirms its economic importance.

6 years ago