- Consuming Danger: Reimagining the War/Tourism Divide. Lisle, Debbie // Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Jan-Mar2000, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p91
Focuses on the relationship between war and tourism and the reasons for war zone tourism. Role of the safety/danger opposition in the war/tourism relationship; Significance of segregating war zones and safe zones; Impact of war zone tourism in promoting peace.
- High price of politics. Lane, Martin // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577);3/17/2003, Issue 1659, p8
Focuses on the effects of the war in Iraq on tourist trade in Great Britain.
- Florida eyes post-war aid. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577);3/17/2003, Issue 1659, p72
Reports that Visit Florida is lobbying for a 40 million dollar cash injection to fund a post-war recovery strategy.
- Trade digs in to see out war. Dennis, Juliet // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577);3/31/2003, Issue 1661, p1
Reports on the decline of the travel industry in Great Britain due to the war in Iraq. Increase in holiday cancellations; Reductions in airline capacity; Staff cutbacks.
- Conflict fears decimate sales. Dennis, Juliet // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577);3/31/2003, Issue 1661, p3
Reports on high levels of travel cancellations and destination changes in Great Britain following the onset of war in Iraq. Prevalence of cancellations among holidaymakers.
- 'War appears inevitable' // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;1/20/2003, Issue 2547, p2
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- Prepare for the worst. Davies, Phil // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/16/2002, Issue 2531, p2
Explores the impact of military conflict in Iraq on the travel industry. Rise in oil prices; Switch in package holiday capacity; Customer concerns over potential changes due to cancellation of travel plans; Contingency plans.
- Travel will pay a price for war. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;11/11/2002, Issue 2539, p1
Reports that a war between Iraq and the U.S. would harm the travel and tourism industry. Losses suffered by members of the travel industry group European Tour Operators' Association for the year ending October 2002; Impact on Great Britain-based travel operators.
- HOTLINE. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;3/24/2003, Issue 2556, p1
Addresses the issue of the impact of the United States war against Iraq on the travel industry. Efforts exerted by the industry to address concerns and questions from travelers; Projected effect of the war on the industry's sales.