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The Voice of Travel in Scotland

Established 1921

Recent Blog Articles

28 October 2020

Join Our Holyrood Protest on 5.11.20

Show your support for the travel industry outside the Scottish Parliament

22 October 2020

Comment on Changes To Travel Corridors

“At last, a piece of positive new for the travel industry as some key countries for leisure travel are added to the safe list"

16 October 2020

Show Your Support For Your Travel Industry!

We’re gauging interest in a travel industry show of strength in our continued efforts to demand sector specific support for our industry from both the Scottish and UK governments.

15 October 2020

Our response to Grant Shapps' comments at ABTA Conference

Scotland’s travel agents have hit back at Grant Shapps’ insistence that ‘there’s been billions of pounds of support for the travel industry’. Shapps made his comments during the ABTA Travel Convention.

12 October 2020

Travel Industry Mental Health Survey

Following World Mental Health Day, TTG Media has launched a survey to build a bigger picture of the pressures faced by travel professionals

6 October 2020

#SaveFutureTravel Petition

Sign our petition to help it get to 100k signatures and secure a Parliamentary Debate

1 October 2020

SPAA Creates Video To Outline To MPs and MSPs The Dire Position Of Scotland's Travel Agencies

On the day it is announced that Turkey is removed from the safe list, the SPAA launches an impactful video

25 September 2020

Comment on Chancellor's Jobs Support Scheme

The newly announced Jobs Support Scheme is to be welcomed cautiously as it provides a better short-term solution for employees than an extension of the furlough scheme. It’s gratifying to see that the scheme is to be focused towards supporting SMEs to hel

22 September 2020

Comment On The First Minister's Announcement Today on October Holidays

Mike Tibbert, vice president of the SPAA says, “The First Minister’s comments in the Scottish Parliament today telling Scots not to book travel overseas for the October break if it is not essential were unnecessary, wholly gratuitous, and extremely damagi