Conflict fears decimate sales

Dennis, Juliet
March 2003
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;3/31/2003, Issue 1661, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on high levels of travel cancellations and destination changes in Great Britain following the onset of war in Iraq. Prevalence of cancellations among holidaymakers.


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