July 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);7/24/2009, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that despite the hype created by the media regarding the impact of swine flu on the travel industry in Great Britain, the industry is determined to continue its operations normally. Tour operator Britaly Travel director Daniele Broccoli says, they have not received any queries about swine flu. He says that travel agents have faced more severe threats. The tour operators are constantly updating their teams so that they can handle the situation if a customer do call.


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