Jackson v Horizon Holidays [1975]

Despite general rule that plaintiff can only recover for his own loss,
may be possible to analyse third party’s loss as loss of promisee:
Facilities promised in brochure never materialised on holiday.
Plaintiff claimed for breach of contract.
Court of Appeal held plaintiff could sue on contract not only for his own
disappointment, but also for that of his family.
Although plaintiff was not trustee for the others, he had entered into
contract partly for their benefit.
Damages awarded for them all.