Future of Travel Spring Forum, Travel Weekly coverage

Recap Travel Weekly’s coverage of Future of Travel Spring Forum

Hays Travel expects ‘hybrid’ approach to retail return

Agents say reopening shops in April is ‘double-edged sword’

Amount owed to customers in RCNs becoming ‘dangerous’

Hays Travel reports demand for city breaks, UK cruises and staycations

‘Critical’ that UK nations are aligned for travel restart

Government ‘hell-bent’ on not supporting travel sector

Replay: Future of Travel Spring Forum, day three

Hays Travel boss sees ‘mixed picture’ continuing to autumn

May 17 restart remains ‘perfectly possible’ say industry leaders

Carnival UK to make senior appointments

Complex travel rules ‘are an opportunity for the trade’

Using tech to track trends is vital to a successful recovery

Travel must ‘redefine luxury’ to meet carbon targets

Courts must decide on refunds for travel against FCDO advice

Tui predicts package holidays to be ‘more akin to normal’ this year

P&O and Cunard president pledges post-Covid trade support

Tui recalls 800 furloughed staff to closed shops

Replay: Future of Travel Spring Forum, day two

Carnival UK president bullish on 2021 international cruise resumption

Restart presents ‘most dangerous time’ for travel businesses

Cost of Atol Protection Contribution could vary under CAA proposals

Doubts over summer launch of digital vaccine certification

Covid pandemic has shifted debate on sustainability

Marella Cruises ‘looking at’ operating UK sailings this summer

March Atol renewals are proving ‘incredibly difficult’

Experts tip rise in demand for hybrid working practices

P&O insists ‘guests of all ages’ have both vaccine doses to join UK sailings

Tui targeting ‘significant’ 2021 summer fuelled by demand

Replay: Future of Travel Spring Forum, day one

CAA holding talks with government over RCNs extension

Air Travel Trust fund ‘in a position to fulfil claims’

Return of long-haul destinations post-Covid could be ‘patchy’

CAA pledges to ‘engage’ with Atol holders on renewals

Business leadership styles changing, say employment experts

Tui’s online self-service opened up to retail customers

CAA poised to consult industry on Atol licensing reform

Tui UK boss calls for travel corridor and FCDO advice alignment

Prioritise data privacy ahead of ‘fierce competition’ for bookers, Google tells travel

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