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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.

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

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Latest Articles

Food poisoning on holiday – How concerned should the travel industry be?

[2017] TLQ 45 David Grant A recent report in the Insurance Times quotes a Spanish lawyer issuing a dire warning about fraudulent…

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EDITORIAL. WE WILL SEAT YOU AND THEN BEAT YOU!

[2017] TLQ 44 David Grant Sitting in the departure lounge…

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[2017] TLQ 40 CLARIFICATION OF TOUR OPERATOR LIABILITY FOR SICKNESS CLAIMS. WOOD AND WOOD v TUI TRAVEL PLC

[2017] TLQ 40 Claire Mulligan On the issue of food…

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European Commission Information Notice to Air Passengers on Regulation 261 Claims

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[2017] TLQ 36 COURT OF APPEAL TAKES STRICT LINE ON LIABILITY FOR FOOD POISONING ON PACKAGE HOLIDAY

[2017] TLQ 36 Jack Harding The Court of Appeal handed…

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Bulletins

Airline not liable for delays caused by birdstrike

The recent case of Marcela Pešková & Jiří Peška v Travel Service A.S. (Case C‑315/15) in the European Court of Justice has…

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European Commission issues guidance on use of claims agencies in Regulation 261 cases

The European Commission has recently issued guidance on the use…

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Jetstar and Virgin to pay penalties for misleading ‘drip pricing’ practices

In a recent article ([2017] TLQ 27) Tony Cordato talked…

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