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BBC World News signs partnership with PATA

BBC World News signs partnership with PATA

12 September 2014 Organisations & Operators

The Pacific Asia Travel Association is has revealed BBC Global News, the owner and operator of BBC World News and bbc.com/news, as the new PATA Premier Media Partner. As a membership association advocating for the responsible development of the Asia Pacific travel and tourism industry, the partnership will provide PATA the opportunity to reach more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, and over 389 million households and 1.81 million hotel rooms.

PATA signs CRA training deal to boost Chinese tourism

PATA signs CRA training deal to boost Chinese tourism

The Pacific Asia Travel Association has signed a Master License agreement with China Ready & Accredited in order to promote the global rollout of CRA programmes to PATA members. CRA delivers a global system of training and accreditation, which provides Chinese consumers with an assurance of a pre-determined level of service quality when interacting with product and service providers outside mainland China.

Martin Craigs, chief executive, Pacific Asia Travel Association

Martin Craigs, chief executive, Pacific Asia Travel Association

3 June 2014 Videos

PATA chief executive Martin Craigs here talks to Breaking Travel News reporter Phil Blizzard about the origins of International Air Transport Association during the organisation’s 70th Annual General Meeting in Doha. Also on the agenda are the growth of Gulf-based ‘super-connector’ carriers, the problems with UK aviation taxation and the challenges facing international travellers.

IATA AGM 2014 Interview: Martin Craigs, chief executive, Pacific Asia Travel Association

IATA AGM 2014 Interview: Martin Craigs, chief executive, Pacific Asia Travel Association

Video: PATA chief executive Martin Craigs here talks to Breaking Travel News reporter Phil Blizzard about the origins of International Air Transport Association during the organisation’s 70th Annual General Meeting in Doha. Also on the agenda are the growth of Gulf-based ‘super-connector’ carriers, the problems with UK aviation taxation and the challenges facing international travellers.