ITAA notes that many customers are still hesitant to book holidays for Summer 2021

DATE: 20 January 2021

Dublin, 19 January 2021    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has stated that increases in 2021 bookings have been minimal so far, due in part to the slow rollout of vaccinations and consumers lingering fears surrounding COVID-19. The Association believes that higher levels of vaccinations are needed before a safe return to international travel will…

Irish Travel Agents Association calls on Government to protect consumers under current travel restrictions

DATE: 8 January 2021

The Association are asking Government to ensure that affected customers are not out of pocket when abiding by Government Travel Advisories Dublin, 8 January 2021    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is calling on the Government to take steps to protect consumers by ensuring that customers are adequately compensated for disrupted bookings amid the current…

Irish Travel Agents Association call for uniformity of COVID-19 testing across Europe

DATE: 6 January 2021

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have welcomed the decision from Government to require a negative COVID-19 test from all travellers into Ireland, and is calling  for a consistent and uniform approach to pre-flight testing across Europe. When implemented, new rules will require anyone flying into Ireland to produce a negative PCR test result received…

Irish Travel Agents Association call for COVID-19 tests before flight departures

DATE: 24 September 2020

The ITAA support systematic COVID-19 testing before passengers board departing flights Dublin, 24 September 2020    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have called for the development and implementation of routine COVID-19 testing for passengers boarding flights out of the country, as an alternative to quarantine measures upon arrival at their destination. The Association believe that…

Irish Travel Agents Association statement regarding Resilience Recovery plan

DATE: 15 September 2020

Dublin, 15 September 2020     The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have expressed their disappointment in relation to the Government’s six month Resilience and Recovery plan for living with COVID-19, stating that nothing has changed regarding the current situation for the Irish travel sector. The ITAA believe that there has been a lack of clarity on…

Irish Travel Agents call for Government support for Irish travel sector

DATE: 9 September 2020

The ITAA are seeking assistance from the Government to aid travel agents in post-COVID recovery Dublin, 9 September 2020    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is calling on the Government to provide supports for travel agents who are struggling as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ITAA have consistently voiced their concerns regarding the…

Irish Travel Agents concerned by the impact of COVID-19 on the Irish travel industry

DATE: 31 August 2020

The ITAA are seeking assistance from the Government to aid travel agents in post-Covid recovery Dublin, 27 August 2020    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have voiced their concerns regarding the impact that the COVID-19 crisis is having on travel agents throughout the country, and are calling for assistance from Government to help repair some…

Irish Travel Agents Association seek clarity on rules for travel ‘green list’ of countries

DATE: 22 July 2020

The ITAA believe that, a ‘green list’ of countries approved for travel is meaningless unless current travel restrictions are lifted. Dublin, 21 July 2020    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is calling for clarity on the ‘green list’ of countries approved for international travel, stating that unless current travel restrictions are lifted, the publication of…

Irish Travel Agents Association welcome the Aviation Recovery Taskforce Final Report relating to travel restrictions amid COVID-19 pandemic

DATE: 13 July 2020

The ITAA calls on the Government to implement recommendations from both Final & Interim Report Dublin, 10 July 2020    The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has welcomed the publication of the final report of the Aviation Recovery Taskforce which was published today and the recommendations within. However, the Association had anticipated that the interim recommendations…

ITAA CONCILIATION PROCEDURE

DATE: 3 July 2020

If you have a dispute with an ITAA member, the ITAA Conciliation Procedure offers a process which you may wish to avail of to settle your dispute. The ITAA Conciliation Procedure allows the parties to the dispute the freedom to explore ways of settling a dispute with the assistance of an independent, impartial person –…