ABTA calls UK aid ‘irrational’
The British Association of Travel Agencies (ABTA) is disappointed with the aid that the Government of the United Kingdom is giving grants, noting that the state of tourism is very different from other regions. This support package is divided into categories, and travel agencies are in the first category, which means that They are eligible for grants of up to 7,000 Euros based on their taxable values..
The rest of the businesses can get a grant of up to 20,000 euros
“It seems irrational that the financial support goes to businesses that will not only open next week, but are likely to remain in high demand from the start, while travel businesses that continue to have significant limitations in their activity would provide a lower level of Is. Support “, ABTA, congratulates Luke Petherbridge’s Director of Public Affairs. Therefore, it ensures “We will continue strong pressure to provide tailor-made assistance to all companies in the tourism sector.”
More ambitious support for other sectors
In this sense, the agencies feel that this amount is completely insufficient, keeping in mind that, although the agencies may open by Monday, April 12, they do not receive income for at least several weeks. Will be. However, The rest of the businesses can get a grant of up to 20,000 eurosDespite the fact that they will be able to acquire customers and generate new income by next Monday, April 12, something that has filled ABTA and its partners with “disappointment and anger”.
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