Travel agents report lower bookings in third quarter

Irish travel agents have reported a small drop in bookings in the third quarter of this year as the ongoing good weather encouraged more Irish people to stay home.

6th November, 2013
Good weather at home meant fewer bookings overseas

Irish travel agents have reported a small drop in bookings in the third quarter of this year as the ongoing good weather encouraged more Irish people to stay home.

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) said most of its members have seen a slight drop in turnover for the third quarter of the year compared with the same period in 2012.

However members remain optimistic for the months ahead.

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