ABTA: Cautious optimism in the travel sector
28 September 2009 21:20
The travel industry is "cautiously optimistic" about 2010, one sector group has said.
Following figures from the Office for National Statistics which showed that the number of overseas visits by UK residents fell between May and July, ABTA - The Travel Association said that some in the sector are warily hopeful about market conditions next year.
Spokeswoman for ABTA - The Travel Association Frances Tuke said that bookings for next year are "looking good at this stage".
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"There are some very good areas of growth, places outside the EU like Turkey and Egypt and this summer other places like Cyprus and Tunisia have been doing well and growing quite nicely," Ms Tuke went on to say.
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