Hayhurst, Lee; Huxley, Lucy
July 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);7/2/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2025, p70
Trade Publication
Information about several papers discussed in the debate of tourism industrialists in the offices of Barclays Bank in Canary Wharf in London, England on last week of June 2010. Topics discussed in the debate include the changes in air passenger duty (APD), the European Union (EU) rules to compensate customers by airlines and tour operators on airspace closures. The debate featured several industry leaders including Chris Photi, Andy Cohen, and Richard Carrick.


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