Ashwell, Emily; Cooper, Nick; Ward, Kathryn
October 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);10/2/2009, p28
Trade Publication
The article presents letters to the editor related to articles published in previous issues and focuses on news briefs related to the travel industry in Great Britain. One of the letters discusses a discount offered travel agents and operators on customers' payment for their holidays. Greg Thruston, a former employee at Explore Worldwide, has been appointed as sales development manager at Funway Holidays. Travelhub user Nick McKay comments on British Airways PLC' charges on advance bookings.


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