From exclusive news to advice from agents and industry experts, here’s what’s in this week’s TTG.
Headlines in today’s edition include ‘Race to restore Portugal programmes after go ahead’ and ‘Could govt open up Spanish islands?’
This week’s edition also includes a major focus on the #SaveTravel campaign - from MPs pledging to raise travel industry’s concerns, to an agency ‘mapping out’ countries off sale and an in-depth look at the stories of those backing the campaign and their pleas to government for support.
You’ll also find all the information you need to get involved and please do sign our letter to government if you haven’t already – we’re nearly at 10,000 names!
Our weekly TTG Tracker page this week gives a flavour of how things are going for agents: ‘Agents ditching summer 2020 and shifting focus to 2021 and beyond’.
You can also read our report from our recent Face To Face on mental health with Vertical Systems MD Chris North – who urges those in travel not to suffer in silence.
Features include look at why you need a speedy website in a crowded digital marketplace and a report on why Geneva is streets ahead for a socially-distanced city break.
You can also catch TTG editor Sophie Griffiths’s editor’s letter on the state of the industry.
The issue concludes with One Last Thing. This week we hear from Aito executive director Martyn Sumners: ‘To government travel is all too easy to ignore’.