Informe semanal de noticias del mercado británico e irlandés de la Oficina de Turismo de Tenerife en Londres

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The Telegraph 17th February 2020: Brexit can benefit all of Europe, PM’s chief negotiator says

Brexit is an opportunity for “economic competition” that should benefit everyone in Europe, Boris Johnson’s chief negotiator has said. Link

Travel Weekly 18th February 2020: Tui rejoins SPAA after a decade

Tui UK & Ireland is rejoining the Scottish Passenger Agents’ Association after a gap of ten years. Link

Travel Weekly 19th February 2020: Abta warns of ‘damaging effect’ to travel businesses under new immigration rules

Abta has warned the government’s decision to not give visas to low-skilled workers from the EU post-Brexit will have a “very damaging effect on businesses”. Link

TTG media 19th February 2020: ABTA warns of ‘very demanding effect’ of new immigration policy

Abta has warned the UK’s proposed new skills and immigration reforms will likely have a «very damaging effect» on travel businesses reliant on EU workers. Link

Express 20th February 2020: Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling slumps – can you still get good holiday money rate?

THE POUND to euro exchange rate soared to the highest it’s been since the election earlier this week but GBP has since traded in. Should you be buying travel money for your holidays at this time? Link

Express 21st February 2020: Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling ‘struggles’ – will coronavirus outbreak affect rate?

THE POUND struggled against the euro yesterday. Ahead of the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) figures being released, could the pound to euro exchange rate be affected by the coronavirus outbreak? Link

TravelMole 21st February 2020: Coronavirus set to cause first dip in air travel demand in 11 years

Airline body IATA is warning that the coronavirus could cause the first drop in demand for air travel since the 2008/2009 financial crisis. Link

The Guardian 21st February 2020: Coronavirus: air travel demand ‘will fall for first time in 11 years’

The spread of the coronavirus will result in the first fall in global air travel in more than a decade, the international airline industry body has predicted.  Link

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