Redmond, Bob; Krott, Mary; Atkins, Robert; Gallacher, Michelle
February 2008
Travel Weekly (UK);2/29/2008, p38
Trade Publication
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues related to travel, including a comment on the 24-hour cancellation policy of easyJet airline, an expression of annoyance to booking with somewheretostay.com site of Cosmos, and a call for agents who would like to become specialists.


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