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

  • United Kingdom

Travel Weekly 27th January 2020: CAA advises booking through high street travel agents

Consumers should book holidays through travel agents rather than doing it themselves online to ensure financial protection and support the high street, the CAA says. Link

TTG 27th January 2020: Steven Freudmann: ‘After Brexit, we must demonstrate need for openness’

ITT members voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU, so ITT certainly won’t be endorsing Brexit simply because Boris Johnson won a majority on 12 December. Link

Travel Weekly 28th January 2020: Saga suffers £4m hit from Thomas Cook collapse

The collapse of Thomas Cook cost Saga about £4 million in the second half of 2019. Link

TTG 28th January 2020: MSC Cruises launches excursions for the environment

MSC Cruises is ramping up its commitment to the environment by launching a sustainability excursion programme. Link

Travel Weekly 29th January 2020: Special Report: ‘Brexit changes nothing until the end of the year’

Britain will leave the EU at 11pm on Friday after the government’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill received formal assent last week and was ratified by the EU. Link

Travel Weekly 30th January 2020: Wizz Air expands UK network

The budget carrier is raising the frequency of flights from Luton to Tenerife from three times a week to a daily service. Link 30th January 2020: Brexit: UK Travellers to EU face end of free roaming and pet travel from 2021

One day before the UK leaves the European Union, the government has revealed that British holidaymakers and business travellers to the EU face onerous changes when the transition agreement expires on 31 December. Link

TravelMole 31st January 2020: Hospitality industry ‘cautiously optimistic’ over Brexit

Brexit is creating business opportunities as well as recruitment problems for the hospitality and events industry, according to members of trade body HBAA. Link

Express 31st January 2020: Pound to euro exchange rate could ‘fluctuate dramatically’ after Brexit – money warning

THE POUND to euro exchange rate has shown little movement this week despite the momentous event of Brexit finally taking place today. Experts warn fluctuations could soon affect GBP – so what does this historic event mean for your holidays and travel money? Link

iNews 31st January 2020: Travel to Europe after Brexit: here’s how leaving the EU affects UK passports, driving abroad, EHIC and holiday insurance

After the 11-month transition Brexit period, new rules will apply for people from the UK travelling to Europe. Link

iNews 31st January 2020: Duty free after Brexit: what the UK leaving the EU means for airport shopping when travelling to Europe

Once the UK withdraws from the EU on 31 January 2020, holidays and travel plans to Europe will remain initially unaffected. Link

  • Ireland

BelfastLive 29th January 2020: Handy holiday hacks to make Spanish trip your best break yet

Belfast Live readers shared their top tips for holiday. Link

BBC 31st January 2020: Brexit: What will UK’s exit from EU mean for Stormont?

Brexit is happening just weeks after the return of devolution in Northern Ireland, following three years of political deadlock. Link

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