Loring, Tim; Parsons, Andy; Gilroy, Duncan; Naylor, Procter; Thompson, Keith; Doran, Edwin
January 2008
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;1/18/2008, Issue 2800, p30
Trade Publication
Several letters to the editor are presented commenting on issues related to the travel industry, including a customer's experience of getting her flight canceled at Alitalia, EasyJet's boarding policy for families with children and Brittany Ferries' online booking policy.


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