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Organisation offers sympathy and guidance in wake of Japanese disaster

HolidayTravelWatch has watched with horror at the devastation caused by the Japanese earthquake and the subsequent after-shocks and Tsunamis. Our Organisation extends profound sympathies to the Japanese people for the suffering and loss … Continue reading “Organisation offers sympathy and guidance in wake of Japanese disaster”


easyJet announces launch of easyJet Holidays

easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has signalled the end of traditional week-long and fortnight holidays with the launch of easyJet Holidays. easyJet Holidays has been established following a collaboration between easyJet and the … Continue reading “easyJet announces launch of easyJet Holidays”


Punitive tax regime causes long-term damage to inbound tourism

At a press conference in London at the Grand Connaught Rooms on March 14 at 11:00 am, the European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) will highlight three major problems that affect incoming tourism: tax, … Continue reading “Punitive tax regime causes long-term damage to inbound tourism”


Cheap Holidays Operator Features New Flights From Bournemouth

Cheap holiday specialist Packyourbags.com features new Thomas Cook flights from Bournemouth to Turkey and Greece. This summer sees Thomas Cook growing the number of regional UK airports it flies from, featuring Bournemouth Airport … Continue reading “Cheap Holidays Operator Features New Flights From Bournemouth”


Slush Start But Ski Season is Back to Strong Snow

The 2011 ski season started slowly with smaller numbers and some un-friendly conditions but now we have had weeks and weeks of fresh snow all over Europe the prime place is France with … Continue reading “Slush Start But Ski Season is Back to Strong Snow”


3 Stunning Luxury Cruises Just Out for 2011

Going on a cruise is like no other experience in the world. When you stay in a hotel, you look out your window and see the same thing every day. The amount of … Continue reading “3 Stunning Luxury Cruises Just Out for 2011”


Expedia Launches New And Improved TripCompanion Facebook App

Leading online travel booking site, Expedia.co.uk, today announces a major upgrade of its Expedia TripCompanion service, based on consumer feedback and interaction insights. Expedia’s first European Facebook application, the refreshed service builds on … Continue reading “Expedia Launches New And Improved TripCompanion Facebook App”


Hawaii tourism bracing for Japanese ebb tide

Hawaii’s Governor Neil Abercrombie stated recently that the loss from the expected downfall in tourism from Japan will be tens of millions of dollars. Japanese tourists are the third largest group of arrivals … Continue reading “Hawaii tourism bracing for Japanese ebb tide”


Launch of Little Lobster powered by Lobster Experience

If your looking for a website that will bring you exquisite small hotel jewels and luxury tourism products worldwide, then head to new website Little Lobster. Little Lobster is especially devoted to the … Continue reading “Launch of Little Lobster powered by Lobster Experience”


Top ten funniest holiday complaints from past year revealed

One of the UK’s leading independent online travel agencies has released its annual data of the funniest and most absurd complaints received from customers. The first complaint that caught the team at sunshine.co.uk’s … Continue reading “Top ten funniest holiday complaints from past year revealed”


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