Huxley, Lucy; Prior, Louise
April 2003
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/7/2003, Issue 2558, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that travel agencies are planning to cut staff hours while the Iraq war continues in Great Britain. Reduction in Going Places staff; Closure of some members of Travel Trust Association; Selection of a domestic holidays specialist by Worldchoice.


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