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Potential BA cabin crew strikes

Industrial action is planned by one of British Airways five cabin crew fleets between Thursday 19 and Saturday 21 January 2017.

 

We have been assured by British Airways that the strikes will not affect our charter operations with them. As such, we advise our customers to travel as normal.

 

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will update our advice accordingly.

 

Turkey travel information

 

We continue to monitor the situation in Turkey carefully. As the Government's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice for travel to Turkey has not changed, the Neilson Summer 17 programme to Phokaia Beachclub remains unaffected. 

 

Your safety and security

 

Here at Neilson, we aim to make sure that we give you the very best activity holiday we can. At the same time, we take the safety and security of our guests and staff very seriously.

 

We are proud of our safety record, which is, in no small part, due to the practices and processes that we and our independent auditors use to evaluate and monitor the various elements of your holiday, that are directly under our control.

 

The assessment of external risks, including the threat of terrorism, is more difficult and more subjective and in these areas we rely on the UK government's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) for their official ‘Travel Advice’ to the areas in which we operate.

 

We recommend that you check this advice before you book and monitor it before you travel, to ensure you are fully aware of the advice being offered to travellers.

 

Go to the FCO website for travel advice.

 

We regularly monitor the FCO website and if at any point they were to advise against travel to a particular country or area within a country where we operate, you would of course be able to cancel your holiday. We will always do our best to find you a suitable alternative but if we can’t do so, we will refund your monies in full.