Attractions make light of travel chaos

It’s a difficult time for the tourism industry, with the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud disrupting the start of the busy summer season. But Eoghan O’Mara Walsh, managing director of online tourism firm Book An Attraction.com, has confidence in the resi

15th May, 2010

It’s a difficult time for the tourism industry, with the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud disrupting the start of the busy summer season. But Eoghan O’Mara Walsh, managing director of online tourism firm Book An Attraction.com, has confidence in the resilience of his company and the sector.

‘‘The ash cloud is the last thing tourism needs in these tough times. From May onwards is the busy tourist season, but people are...

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