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One of the perks of being able to attend the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) annual Global Tourism Summit is that it gives me access to the top executives in travel and tourism.
Virgin Atlantic has made the decision not to pass on what it calls an “unfair retrospective” increase to passengers in the form of Britain’s Air Passenger Duty, according to a letter by CEO Stev
This decision this week to raise the Air Passenger Duty (APD) nearly 10 percent, and the admission that it is primarily for general revenue purposes, represents reckless governance in the extreme and
Egypt's national tourist board has joined more than 50 other agencies to send what it describes as a "strongly worded" petition to the British government regarding its plans to increase air passenger
The Caribbean Tourism Organization has hailed plans to iron out anomalies in Air Passenger Duty distance bands as a “small but important victory” for the region.
GENAVA, Switzerland - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer's decision not to increase the Air Passenger Duty (APD), announced in his Budget St
RADNOR, Pennsylvania - Some 70 corporate travel departments, travel management companies, and tour operators from around the world today transmitted a letter to Rt. Hon.
LONDON (eTN) – During a panel discussion attended by experts at the recently concluded World Travel Market, delegates were told: “The airline industry should have seized the opportunity to show it
LONDON (eTN) – The United Nations World Tourism Organization and World Travel Market jointly hosted Minister’s Summit whereby selected tourism dignitaries from the public and private sectors debat
(eTN) - Chief executive officer of British Airways Willie Walsh said that the Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax on British travelers to the Caribbean not only massively overstates the carbon impact of flig
London could lose its place as a main gateway to Europe if the UK government goes ahead with plans to increase Air Passenger Duty (APD) next November.
Jamaica's Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett has taken the issue of the planned increase in Air Passenger Duty (APD) to British Members of Parliament (MPs) and Members of the House of Lords in London