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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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Latest Articles

Slips on Snow and Coffee Spills – Divergent Meaning of ‘Accident’ Under the Montreal Convention?

This article explores the extent to which two important recent cases on the meaning of “accident” under Article 17 of the Montreal…

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Griffiths v TUI UK Limited [2020] EWHC 2268(QB): Can You Still See the Wood for the Trees

The recent appeal in Griffiths v TUI UK Limited [2020]…

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New Proposal for the Revision of Regulation (EC) 261/2004: What Could be the Main Changes for Airlines?

In this article the author makes out a case for…

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Case Note: Robin Turpin (1) Jane Turpin (2) v TUI UK Limited (2020)

The Appellants had originally brought a claim against the Respondent…

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FCDO Advice, Free Cancellation Rights and the Law

Background One of the most common legal issues faced by…

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Cruising for a Bruising? Offloading Cruise Passengers

After a five month bout with Covid-19, the world’s major…

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ECJ: Airlines are Liable for Accidents to Passengers in Flight in the Absence of an Aviation-Related Hazard

Simon Phippard and Sophie Stoneham Introduction In the case of…

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Cumberland Hotel Found Not Liable for Guest Injury

Does a hotel owe a duty of care to guests…

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Claims Under the Montreal Convention: Is it Time to Redefine ‘Bodily Injury’

Sarah Prager and Scott Rigby In this article the authors…

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Restarting Holidays in Uncertain Times. A Quick Guide to the Legal Pitfalls for the Travel Industry

So we all saw what happened with Spain, bookings coming…

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Travel Rights

How to pursue your rights against a travel company

If you have complained to your travel company and not…

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Your rights under the Montreal Convention

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

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Your rights under Regulation 261 for delays, cancellations and denied boarding

What is Regulation 261 and when does it apply? Compensation…

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Your rights under the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018

The Package Travel Regulations (PTR) provide comprehensive protection if you…

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Which? calls for overhaul of broken airline complaints system

Which? is calling for the introduction of a new mandatory aviation ombudsman, amid concerns that proposed changes to the broken airline complaints…

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Covid: My hotel booking was cancelled but I can’t get my money back

If your hotel had to close because of Government regulations…

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On the Beach leaves ABTA. Practical consequences

The online tour operator On the Beach (OTB) is reported…

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My Ferry Has Been Cancelled. What Are My Rights?

As part of the fallout from Covid-19 a number of…

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On the Beach and ABTA disagree

Everyone knows that the travel industry is hurting more than…

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I’ve booked a package holiday to France but now The Foreign Office says I can’t go

Thousands of holidaymakers have just been caught out by the…

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Foreign Office Travel Advice and Package Holiday Refunds

ABTA, the Association of British Travel Agents has confirmed, by…

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CAA issues guidance on refund credit notes

The Civil Aviation Authority has issued this guidance on refund…

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Department for Transport announces protection for refund credit notes

Many tour operators have been offering refund credit notes for…

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ASA ruling on RSD travel

A magazine insert for RSD Travel, a travel provider, seen…

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