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British Airways Holidays will no longer be selling vacation packages to the attractions of wild animals in captivity

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Passengers will not be able to book Orlando vacation packages through British Airways, and more.

British Airways Holidays has recently announced that it would no longer be the promotion of the packages, or the sale of tickets for the rides where the animals are kept in captivity.

The news comes after British Airways announced its collaboration with the Born Free wildlife charity focused on the protection of the natural wildlife and their environment.

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“Our customers are telling us that they are worried about the wild animals that are kept in captivity, and it is becoming more common to see animal performances, especially as out of date. We are delighted to be working with Born Free to develop our new strategy for our customers to be able to make more informed choices, and we will be in touch with all of our hotel and attraction partners, to new approaches,” said Claire Bentley, managing director British Airways Holidays, in a press release.

“Our customers are telling us that they are worried about the wild animals that are kept in captivity, and it is becoming more common to see animal performances, especially as out of date,” said Claire Bentley, managing director of British Airways Holidays.
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The decision will reportedly affect at the sea World parks, among other possible holiday experience, even though the British Airways was not on any special offers or packages have been removed from their website.

SeaWorld’s CEO is Gus Antorcha, has already responded to British Airways ‘ decision, which, according to the Orlando Weekly, may have been stimulated by the pictures, PETA recently shared with the united states Department of Agriculture, claiming that they were evidence of the ill-treatment of dolphins in SeaWorld, Orlando, florida.

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If the radical animal rights activists to deceive and manipulate the truth at the expense of our planet’s most endangered animals, and you have to wonder what makes them tick,” he said Antorcha, in a statement obtained by the Orlando weekly. ‘Hold on, trying to shame them into cutting ties with an independent accredited zoos and aquariums are working at the vital research and conservation work for the protection of animals. We are disappointed that British Airways Holidays, succumbed to the pressure from animal activists, and it changed its policy, given all the facts.”

The CEO’s of the World, who is thought to be affected by British Airways ‘ new policy, he said that he was “disappointed that the British Airways Holidays, succumbed to the pressure from animal activists,” which, he says, have been “manipulat[ing] the truth.”
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British Airways Holidays was not immediately available to comment on the other parks, in addition to SeaWorld, which might be affected by it. In the press release, that is to say, however, that all of the customers all the time and the opportunity to book rooms at certain hotels, who will make sure that the wildlife in the area,” but they are not going to be able to book your tickets for the attractions are provided by British Airways Holidays. The hotels will also be “clearly labeled” with caution on the web site.

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The company’s announcement comes less than a month after Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announced that Virgin Holidays will no longer be selling the tickets for the attractions involving captive animals, such as whales and dolphins.”

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