ABTA – The Travel Association is advising holidaymakers to book their summer holidays early this year after new figures show a 6% year on year increase in bookings for overseas summer holidays with substantial increases for Spain (27%) and Portugal (32.
Sterling may be sliding but the quids are all right if you’re off to Spain or Portugal ... scams with a campaign launched by travel association ABTA in conjunction with the City of London Police’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.
New figures show a massive 32 per cent increase in reservations for Portugal, and Spain has seen a 27 per cent rise, with destinations like Cyprus and Malta also doing well. The statistics have prompted travel group ABTA to issue a warning to holiday.
Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) has commented on the attack ... and monitor the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advice for Spain. "As in the UK where the terrorism threat level is severe, travellers should remain alert and.
The drop in business to Tunisia and Egypt follows high profile terrorist incidents and changes to Foreign Office travel advice Egypt ... Travel Agents (ABTA) cited figures showing that bookings to Portugal were up 29%, while Spain was up 26% and Cyprus.
travel advice for Spain. As in the UK where the terrorism threat level is severe, travellers should remain alert and vigilant, especially in places where there is a high concentration of people. If travelling around the region, holidaymakers are advised to.
There has been a surge in demand for holidays to Spain ... advice of a travel professional who will be able to advise them on the best options and destinations still available, as well as recommending less well-known and less crowded areas. – Mark Tanzer.
The findings have prompted ABTA – The Travel Association, Get Safe Online ... A "high percentage" of instances were reported in Spain and in London for the Olympics, the report said. Package holidays have also fallen foul to con artists - particularly.
British tourists travelling to Spain for their holidays ... injuries earlier this year. Travel trade organisation, Abta, says that figure represents "just a fraction of the total number of incidents". The updated advice, published on the Foreign Office.
Travellers to Spain ... chairman of Abta, Noel Josephides, said he was concerned about future attacks. He said: "These protests are a wake-up call. The local governments haven’t been listening or taking the overcrowding seriously. "The advice to tourists.