December 2006
Travel Weekly (UK);12/8/2006, p2
Trade Publication
A list of the top five stories related to travel on the Website is presented. They include a story about the risk for travel jobs as MyTravel bids for First Choice, an article on the opinion of First Choice on independent travel agents and on the opening of first cruise-only high street travel agency in Great Britain.


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