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A catalyst for change: New ways of working for the travel and tourism industry
Ian Bell

14 October 2020

As CJRS ends, the burning question on every senior leader’s mind will be workforce, and what next?

Travel sector heavily reliant on furlough scheme with new measures failing to provide support, finds research from RSM and ABTA
Ian Bell

14 October 2020

A new report from RSM and ABTA shows that 89 per cent of travel businesses made use of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and 84 per cent expect to use it until the end of October.

Travel businesses hanging by a thread as they await a response from BEIS
Tim Robinson

03 April 2020

We discuss issues for travel businesses as they await a response from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on customer refunds as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Travel industry alert to flight shaming trend
Ian Bell

26 February 2020

Flight shaming will be one of the consumer trends most likely to impact the travel industry over the next two years, according to the latest research from audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Travel and tourism

24 February 2020

The travel sector remains confident and resilient despite the backdrop of Brexit, geopolitical unrest and climate change.

Predictions for the travel and tourism industry in 2020

16 December 2019

As we enter 2020 we look back at the demise of Thomas Cook, the largest failure in the travel industry and it’s impact on the future of the sector.

Mid-year update on 2019 travel and tourism predictions
Ian Bell

19 August 2019

In January we made some predictions for the travel and tourism sector in 2019. As we reach the half way point in the year we reflect on the first six months and consider what may still occur.

Flying start to 2019 for London's major airports
Ian Bell

11 June 2019

New figures published today show that Heathrow passenger numbers in May reached a record year-on-year high. Over 6.7m passengers passed through the UK's busiest airport in May, making it the 31st month of consecutive record growth.

UK sees worrying drop in numbers of overseas visitors
Ian Bell

28 May 2019

The number of overseas visitors to the UK dropped in 2018, despite favourable exchange rates and record-breaking temperatures.

‘Another One Bites the Dust'

09 May 2019

A look into the reasons behind an increase in airline collapses. What travel businesses can do to avoid failure, and what the future holds for airlines.

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