February 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);2/13/2009, p12
Trade Publication
The article predicts good value for high-street travel agency revenues for summer 2009 holidays in Great Britain. It perceives that the holidays are only down by 1% in the same period. Statistics show that the bookings will decrease across the high street, online and over the phone. It was found that the all-inclusive sales were flat year-on-year in volumes.


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