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Australia to open up for Christmas?

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Australia will re-open its borders to international visitor by Christmas says their tourism minister.

Exaggerating travel numbers


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Readers should make their own minds up and to stop listening to what seems to be puff from some travel companies

Great British Beach Clean week


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Great British Beach Clean week runs until the 26th of September.

Did Wizz bid for easyJet?


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Such a move would not be good for travellers and holidaymakers if there is one fewer low cost airline.

Cruise travel insurance


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cartoon of angry suitcase

After booking a long cruise for a once-in-a-lifetime celebration, I turned my mind to insurance.

World Rivers Day


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When things do return to normal will those same people walk the riverbanks and appreciate what they have on their doorstep?

Canada – tourism is a discretionary reason


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Canada is open for international visitors

Hiolidaying again in Italy


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Fully-vaccinated Britons arriving in Italy will no longer have to quarantine for five days upon arrival.

Hoilidaying abroad just got rosier!


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Grant Shapps has announced that the traffic light system is to be dumped and at the same time he has removed some countries from red.

The success of Antigua and Barbuda


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Antigua and Barbuda hasn’t seen a drop in international visitors. It has seen a rise. What other destination can say that?

Holidaying in the UAE


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If you plan on holidaying in the UAE be aware you may be dealing with different rules in differing emirates

Smiles on the Balearic islands


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f the insurance is helping attract visitors then the next few months on the islands could also bring a smile to local tourist organisation

Holidaying in the North of England


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visitors and locals will want to see whether the report is turne

Ready to fly again


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Britons make up one of the most confident peoples who are willing to fly again.

Did 300,000 break the rules?


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What we should be happy about is that most people did followed them.

Proving there is pent-up demand


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eDreams ODIGEO has hit upon a way of capturing customers, acquiring cash and has shown that there is a demand for travel.

Ever heard of Awaze?


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It only goes to show that private equity companies recognise the value of the domestic holiday market even if the big tour operators don’t!