Published on Thursday, September 17, 2020

In conversation with Air Transat



Air Transat UK commercial director Adrian Keating says government policy, both here and in Canada, is 'killing demand and appetite for travel'.

He says there must be 'coherent cross-border collaboration' for airlines to start flying and consumers to feel confident to start travelling again.

Once flights resume he said Air Transat's agents' booking incentive programme will be 'switched on'. Listen to the full interview here.


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