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March/April 2018
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GDPR graphic
23 Feb 2018
Nearly a third don't know what steps to take
ABTA logo
9 Feb 2018
84 per cent look for ABTA logo
GDPR graphic
1 Feb 2018
Less than four months left to ensure compliance
Clare Jenkinson
8 Dec 2017
ABTA's Clare Jenkinson looks at how airports are improving their accessibility for passengers with disabilities.
Monarch Airlines
25 Oct 2017
Lords debating new bill 'creates opportunity'
4 Apr 2017
Travel organisation sets out priorities for negotiations
16 Mar 2017
Travel trade body confirms details of thousands of website users could have been stolen
21 Feb 2017
ABTA-run organisation enters business travel market
17 Jan 2017
PM outlines priorities for Brexit negotiations
27 Sep 2016
ABTA urges travellers that need assistance to notify airports 48 hours before arrival
Chancellor George Osborne 2014 Budget. Photo: London News Pictures/Rex
16 Mar 2016
Flybe CEO says 'discriminatory' tax has stifled regional economic growth
Mark Tanzer
21 Sep 2015
Time is running out to influence the government’s decision on whether Heathrow will be allowed to expand, says ABTA chief executive Mark Tanzer
3 Sep 2015
Scotland publishes paper confirming scrapping of APD
Plane landing
17 Sep 2014
ABTA study highlights ‘potential loss of business’ for UK airports
John McEwan
19 Mar 2014
McEwan talks to BBT as he completes deal to purchase travel management company
1 Feb 2012
How best to manage your business travel during the Games this summer? Alex Blyth asks 10 experts in different fields
3 Jun 2010
ABTA, the UK travel agents' association, today (June 3) called on the travel industry to battle possible government plans to raise taxes on long haul flights.
13 May 2010
ABTA (the Association of British Travel Agents) has criticized coalition government plans to veto airport expansion.
12 Mar 2010
ABTA has launched its first manifesto, outlining the travel association's position on the major lobbying issues facing the travel industry. John McEwan, ABTA's chairman, addresses the key points.