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ABTA Travel Day of Action will call upon government to resume safe international travel

1 day ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Trade bodies from across the aviation and travel industries are all set to come together for a day of action on June 23. The move, designed to pressure the government into a safe return to international travel, comes as patience runs thin with incompetence and indecision in Westminster.
The day of action will be calling on the government to allow international travel to return safely, while also demanding a package of tailored financial support for the sector. Organisers and supporters of the cross-industry day of action include ABTA, Airlines UK, the Airport Operators Association, BAR UK...
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