The industry came together for the Travel Day of Action, attracting plenty of local,
regional and national media coverage.
Advantage Travel Partnership Leisure Director Kelly Cookes was among many
well-known industry representatives interviewed on TV.
The BBC, Channel 4 News, ITV News and GB News all sent reporters to the Westminster
gathering. Events around the country were also covered, including a demonstraton by pilots at
At one point, the #TravelDayofAction was trending at number 3 on Twitter.
Cabin crew joined in the protest.
Agents made their feelings known.
MPs who came out to meet constituents were asked to sign the postcard urging Boris Johnson
to save the industry.
But the Transport Secretary was elsewhere.