Welcome to Travel Law Quarterly

This extensive online journal is aimed at a diverse readership: travel industry professionals, travel lawyers, regulators, academics and students of travel law – both in the UK and abroad. It covers all aspects of travel law: travel agency, tour operations, cruise law, air law, timeshare, hotel law as well as the regulation and licensing of the travel industry, including EU travel regulations.

You also get all of the back issues of the TLQ publication since 2009 indexed here.

Now – with the support of Vantage Insurance Services – the information is freely provided on this website.

Latest Articles

Airline failures: The confusing position of travel agents

The recent failures of Wow Air and FlyBMI, and ongoing concern over the stability of other airlines, has brought into sharp focus…

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Court of Appeal confirms that air traffic control decisions amount to “extraordinary circumstances”

The Court of Appeal has confirmed in a strong judgment…

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Article 22 and the right of redress

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Strikes do not necessarily lead to extraordinary circumstances

In a recently published decision (X ZR 111/17), the Federal…

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Is mediation flying high in UK aviation?

Mediation of disputes in aviation litigation has recently come to…

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Bulletins

ECJ decides a screw on the runway amounts to an extraordinary circumstance

An air carrier is only required to compensate passengers for a delay of three hours or more where an aircraft tyre is…

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CMA calls on holiday industry to give customers clearer Ts & Cs

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a new…

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Ireland referred to the Court of Justice for failing to implement the Package Travel Directive

The European Commission has decided to refer Ireland to the…

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