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This extensive online journal is aimed at a diverse readership: travel industry professionals, travel lawyers, regulators, academics, consumers, and students of travel law. 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. It includes a section on Travel Rights.

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Hoteliers and Assumption of Responsibility


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Scottish courts determine Covid-19 refund claim in favour of pursuer

In one of the first cases on refunds in the…

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The obviousness of risk. To be alive at all involves some risk.

Andrew Warnock and Jack Harding This is the second of…

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The EU Commission Report on the Application of Directive (EU) 2015/2302: The New Package Travel Directive

On 26th February this year the Commission published its review…

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Why tour operators should have public liability insurance

When Thomas Cook collapsed in September 2019, many holidaymakers who…

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Diverging Jurisprudence post-Brexit

In this article the author provides a comparative review of…

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Casenote: Irish Ferries Limited v National Transport Authority. (Case C-570/19)

On 4th March 2021 Advocate General Szpunar gave his Opinion…

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ECJ Rules in X v Kuoni

The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) has…

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ECJ Gives Judgment in X v Kuoni: No ‘Unforseeable Event’ defence for Deliberate Acts of Hotel Employees

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has handed down its…

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Insolvent Airlines and Tour Operators: An Alternative Route to Damages

In this article the author looks at s.75 of the…

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Travel Rights

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Package Holiday Rights. FAQs.

What are the Package Travel Regulations and when do they apply?…

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Flight Problems: Your rights under Reg. 261 for flight cancellations, delays and denied boarding. FAQs.

What is the Montreal Convention and when does it apply?…

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Flight problems. Your rights under the Montreal Convention for delays to you and for damage, delay or loss of your baggage. FAQs.

The Montreal Convention (MC) is an international treaty, signed by almost all…

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Covid, Cruise Cancellations and Future Cruise Credits

Thanks to Covid the cruise industry is being decimated. Cruises are being cancelled for many months ahead and long planned holidays are being put on hold…

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Hotel Rights

This article applies to hotel bookings made directly with a hotel in the UK. Different considerations apply to bookings made via an…

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How to pursue your rights against a travel company

If you have complained to your travel company and not…

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How (Not) to Make a Complaint

I once wrote a letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security in America accusing his staff of being ‘cretinous morons’ and…

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Lost Baggage. Connecting Flights

If you have booked tickets on more than one airline…

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CAA launches consultation on ATOL reform

The CAA has launched a consultation on ATOL, which will consider evolving the regulatory framework to improve financial resilience.   At present,…

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Double whammy for TUI – hit by the Denied Boarding Regulations and the Package Travel Regulations

The latest issue of Travel Which? recounts the case of…

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Ethnic Profiling. Airline held to account

Braathens Regional Aviation paid compensation to a passenger who had…

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BA lose again!

A couple of weeks ago we reported two dodgy cases…

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Small claims victory in denied boarding case

The Abayasekara family purchased tickets to fly from Heathrow to…

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Teletext still dragging their heels.

The fallout from Covid continues. An investigation by the Competition…

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Good news for passengers. Bad news for airlines

The ECJ has just released its decision in the case…

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Flights of Fancy. Space Travel Rights

Even though the travel industry has been decimated by Covid…

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You lose and then you lose again

British Airways was in the news twice recently – both…

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CMA still on the case

The Competition and Markets Authority has published an update on…

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