Recent proposals to introduce rationing of flights to Spain and other destinations have been criticised by aviation information specialist Ascend.
Peter Morris, the organisation's chief economist, described the suggestion made by Lord Turner, chairman of the Committee on Climate Change, as "preposterous".
"One of the things is if you look at the proportion of carbon emissions from aviation, it is admittedly small by any criteria, if one cares to look at, by five per cent worldwide," he commented.
In other news, British Airways announced recently that they are planning to halve their CO2 emissions by 2050.
Despite the economic downturn there is still an "appetite" for holidays in Spain and other sunny destinations, it has been claimed.
Kayte Williams of Travelsupermarket, said that although the current climate is tough, people are still prepared to go away on holiday and are willing to sacrifice other luxuries instead.
"As people work longer hours, especially in this country, they are most unwilling to give up their holiday," she explained.
There are so many deals and bargain breaks on the market at the moment, that there is no excuse for people to give up their hard-earned holidays, Ms Williams added.
Those taking holidays in Spain this year may see some famous faces around the Benidorm area.
Mr Nice, a film based on the activities on Welsh smuggler Howard Marks is to be shot in Benidorm and Altea.
According to the Benidorm Spotlight, Marks earned the nickname Mr Nice due to his reluctance to use violence in his dealings.
Marks will be played by Notting Hill actor Rhys Ifans and auditions are reportedly taking place for extras in Benidorm at the Casa de Fester this weekend.
British singer Amy Winehouse appears to have given up her partying ways in favour of relaxing facials and massages.
The singer is said to have spent more than £6,000 on spa treatments during a recent holiday in the Caribbean, the Mirror reports.
Hotel manager Andrew Barnard told the newspaper that the singer had been on a detoxifying exercise and healthy eating programme.
"When you eat a lot of fresh food your body changes.
London City Airport has been named as the 'top' UK airport by the readers of travel publication Wanderlust.
The airport, which handles around 3.3 million passengers annually, was presented with the award last week by Wanderlust's editor-in-chief, Lyn Hughes.
Rupa Haria, PR manager at the airport, commented: "The team at London City Airport is dedicated to providing the best possible passenger experience and Wanderlust readers have demonstrated their commitment to the airport by voting for us.
Almost half of British holidaymakers would like to upgrade their travel plans, a new survey has revealed.
Research carried out by travel add-on provider Holiday Extras found that if holidaymakers could change anything they would stay in more luxurious surroundings.
Further results show that if money were no object, 42 per cent of people would change their holiday plans completely and head to a more exotic destination.
However, just seven per cent of people said they would like to improve their holiday by upgrading their partner.
Holidaymakers getting on board flights to Spain may find they have a relaxing trip as one company is offering a new detox service.
Low cost airline bmibaby is trialling the new idea on selected flights to the popular tourist destination and will offer free massages and life coaching, Holiday Extra reports.
This will include head and hand massages and it is thought that these could help to relax those who are nervous flyers.
Crawford Rix, managing director of bmibaby, said: "The onboard detox zone will give passengers the chance to start their trip feeling relaxed and ready to reap the benefits of a break away.
Many holidaymakers renting an apartment in Spain may not have enough information about how to make their trip socially or environmentally responsible, it has been claimed.
Responsibletravel.com suggests that tourists should ask their tour operators and travel agents about their responsible tourism holidays and find out as much as they can when going on a break.
However, it is not only down to the tourists, as the organisations also have a duty to inform travellers, many of whom are asking for more information, the website states.
When dining out or hiring a car in Spain, Brits on holiday to somewhere such as Alicante may want take the time to look around before making their purchase.
According to Hotels.com, wandering down the side streets and away from the busy market squares of tourist traps can often save holidaymakers some money.
Cordy Griffiths, PR manager at the website, also claims that it is worth being a little more adventurous if people want to make their money go further while many could be worrying about cash.
Those taking holidays in Spain and other overseas destinations have been urged to contact their bank before leaving.
According to price comparison site moneysupermarket.com, one in nine holidaymakers have seen their transactions declined abroad.
Banks are keen to avoid paying out compensation and will cancel any cards that they suspect are being used fraudulently.