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UK EU Daily Newswire


Monday, 14 October 2019



Govt plans to allow collapsed airlines to fly passengers home

New proposals follow grounding of Thomas Cook aircraft and crew Read more

Flylolo flights cancelled at last minute

Over 900 passengers had been due to fly at the weekend Read more

Call to ban air miles reward schemes

They encourage excessive flying, says climate report Read more

ABTA to resist any rise in ATOL levy

Widespread fears it might go up again after Thomas Cook collapse Read more

Revenue Optimization & Growth Summit - 26 - 27 November, 2019


Hays Travel recruits over 1,700 former Thomas Cook staff

Almost a quarter of shops are now open Read more

Flights resume as Japan clears up after Typhoon Hagibis

At least 35 confirmed dead Read more

Travelopia chief outlines plans to ditch brands

It started with 53 and will be left with 10 Read more

TUI Airways accused of 'appalling sexism'

Children's stickers continue to cause controversy a year after apology Read more

TravelMole UK Awards 2019


Reflecting on the ABTA Convention in Tokyo

First ever Asia conference was one of the most memorable Read more

Jet2 adds more ski flights

Limited offer on ski carriage announced Read more

California passes new law to banish plastic toiletry bottles from hotels

All hotels will have to comply Read more

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