'The market will be competitive'

Taylor, Ian
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/25/2009, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents the opinion expressed of the tour operators at the 2009 Advantage Conference. Richard Carrick, chief executive of Hoseasons Holdings Ltd., states that the days when demand of travel agencies was increasing have disappeared as the customers are looking at their income, their debt and their job security. Noel Josephides, managing director of Sunvil Holidays, a travel company, stated that in the coming days the market will be challenging.


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