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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.

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Latest Articles

Passenger sentenced to nine years for smoking onboard an aircraft

[2017] TLQ 50 Claire Hegarty Each time you fly you will hear certain warnings given; to obey the crew, stay at your…

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

[2017] TLQ 45 David Grant A recent report in the…

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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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Clarification of tour operator liability for sickness claims. Wood and Wood vs TUI Travel PLC

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

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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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Invalid passports no reason for package holiday refund

The claimant had booked a holiday package to the US organised by the defendant. She was supposed to travel to the US…

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Airline liable when travel agent fails to pass on information

In the recent ECJ case of Krijsman v SLM a…

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ASA rules On the Beach ad to be misleading

A website for an online travel agent On The Beach,…

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