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June 2020 Newsletter

Editorial Wny airlines can't return to normal As the general public leans towards the mentality that the world is now “’almost’” normal again, politicians and medical experts have a totally different opinion on the state of play. It would not…

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May 2020 Newsletter

Editorial Summer is here - but not as we may know it The summer holiday for many people is a “rite” as opposed to being an option. There are times of course through life when each of us has to…

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April 2020 Newsletter

Editorial The 80:20 Rule In any organisation, team work is of the essence and a key element of that team work is that everyone pulls in the same direction. The plan that is put into place may not be to…

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March 2020 Newsletter

Editorial It doesn’t require us to make any more statements about where the world is at currently nor where it is going. Even between typing this and someone reading it, the world could be in a totally different place. Business…

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February 2020 Newsletter

Editorial A couple of weeks ago, a short article in this newsletter on the Coronavirus story was envisaged. What that shows is how fast the world can change in a few short weeks. Even as the finger taps the keyboard,…

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January 2020 Newsletter

Editorial The World of Contempt Our first editorial of the year is perhaps a mundane one and is indeed a story that has run and run and run throughout the past year: namely the implied arrogance of aircraft manufacturer Boeing…

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December 2019 Newsletter

Editorial Another year draws to a close and what a year it’s been. By far the biggest story was the collapse of iconic travel brand Thomas Cook; the moral of the story perhaps "you ain’t too big to fail". Though…

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November 2019 Newsletter

Editorial Lazy planning? As winter draws nearer, tourism folk seem more concerned with the ongoing fallout from the collapse of Tour Operating giant Thomas Cook and the perceived potential impact that will have on next summer’s tourist numbers than the…

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October 2019 Newsletter

Editorial The Cash Dilemma Following on from the sad demise of travel giant Thomas Cook, the usual comments abound regarding the clarity -  or lack of -  within the industry, of who owns the ‘’cash’” of travellers both in the…

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September 2019 Newsletter

Editorial 178 years and out Arguably the most iconic of travel brands, Thomas Cook has collapsed after 178 years of business leaving a train of debris and much recrimination behind it. The end came on September 22nd when the Tour Operator…

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July / August 2019 Newsletter

Editorial Summer is finally here but what appears not to be here are masses of tourists. Of course, the success or otherwise of a tourist season can’t be measured by the performance in just a few weeks of the year,…

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