May, Kevin; Taylor, Ian; Dennis, Juliet
May 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);5/15/2009, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to the tourism industry. Co-operative Travel, a travel agency, is tracking booking patterns online to analyze how clients react to daily news, weather and sport reports. Travel bookings could swing back to eurozone countries in the lates market because of cheap flight seats, which are left to be sold, and reduced hotel rates in the countries. TUI Travel PLC's sales in Great Britain are lower than those in most of European countries.


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