TATOC has confirmed that affiliate LiveShareTravel will be media partners for the association's upcoming Finding Solutions conference 2013.
A video of last year's event is available to view on the TATOC website.
It is said that a picture speaks a thousand words and when it comes to statistics we have to agree.
A study commissioned by the UK's four major airlines claims abolishing APD could generate more tax and create 60,000 jobs. TravelMole reports that the study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), The economic impact of Air Passenger Duty, used a model to simulate how changes in one area of the economy (such as tax policy) affects all the rest. It found that:
The report claimed the boost to GDP would come from airline investment and inbound tourism as well as increased business travel and international business connections.
BreakingTravelNews has reported that a ruling by the European Court of Justice found there is no limit in the duty of an airline to look after passengers during such an incident.
Denise McDonagh had a seven-day wait for a Faro-Dublin flight on Ryanair and claimed to have spent £968 on a hotel, food and transport.
Her compensation has not yet been paid.
Ryanair had argued the eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland was so unusual that is voided normal rules.