NTA and the United Motorcoach Association have selected Atlanta as the 2016 site of Travel Exchange, their combined trade and appointment show. The event will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center, Jan. 31 through Feb. 4, 2016. In the host city, attendees will find $1.5 billion of new hospitality product that will open shortly before they arrive, said William Pate, president and CEO of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Travel Exchange 2013 generated 114 million reasons for NTA members to smile, association leaders announced today. That’s the amount of total business - US$114 million - conducted by NTA members who attended the show in Orlando, Florida, January 20-24. Travel Exchange 2013 was the inaugural collaboration between NTA and the United Motorcoach Association, which conducted its annual exposition alongside NTA’s convention.
Leaders of two major travel associations, National Tour Association (NTA) and the Africa Travel Association (ATA), renewed their partnership in a signing ceremony on Friday. The ceremony came at the conclusion of ATA’s US-Africa Seminar on Tourism.
Delta Air Lines Inc. and NTA are now traveling together as business partners, leaders of both organisations announced.
After two years of building expertise and enthusiasm for faith-based tourism, NTA is leading tour operators to the Holy Land on a 2013 product development trip.
NTA members interested in the ever-growing Chinese inbound market received key information during “China Market Insights,” NTA’s Webinar presented by Scott Johnson of Travel Market Insights and Dr. Robert Li of the University of South Carolina.
NTA and the United Motorcoach Association have adjusted the dates of their new January 2013 trade show to give attending members more access to each other. Travel Exchange, a combination of NTA’s annual Convention and UMA’s Motorcoach EXPO, is now set for January 20–24 in Orlando, Florida.
Citing the power of travel to fuel economic recovery and create jobs, President Barack Obama today ordered a series of initiatives targeted at increasing travel and tourism in the United States. More than ever before, the US travel and tourism industry is now viewed as a key contributor to the nation’s economic vibrancy, said Lisa Simon, president of NTA.