The Pacific Asia Travel Association has welcomed the state tourism agency of the Azerbaijan as its newest government member. The agency is the executive authority carrying out and regulating the state policy in the field of tourism.
Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has announced that the emirate will be hosting the PATA Annual Summit 2020. The four-day event, to be hosted by the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, will bring together international thought leaders, industry shapers and senior decision-makers who are professionally engaged with the Asia Pacific region.
Influential tourism experts, innovators and international thought leaders are set to explore future travel and tourism trends at the PATA Annual Summit 2017 in Negombo, Sri Lanka. The Pacific Asia Travel Association has gathered a diverse and dynamic line up of speakers and panellists to share their insights and knowledge at the one-day conference that forms an integral element at this year’s summit.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association has reiterated its commitment to the right to travel as stated in Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The association recognises that each country has the responsibility to ensure the safety and security of its citizens.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association has signed a landmark agreement with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation. The deal is designed to enhance the promotion and development of sustainable tourism across a broad range of Pacific island destinations. A core element of the memorandum of understanding is tourism associated data that embraces accurate figures for international arrivals to each member nation of the SPTO
On the occasion of World Tourism Day 2016, under the theme of ‘Tourism for All – Promoting Universal Accessibility’, the Pacific Asia Travel Association has announced the relaunch of its official website. PATA.com has be redesigned for universal accessibility.
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has become the first national tourism organisation from the continent of Africa to join the Pacific Asia Travel Association. The two organisations signed a letter of agreement during the annual Sanganai World Tourism Expo in Bulawayo. The agreement reinforces Zimbabwe’s determination to increase the numbers of international arrivals from influential source markets across the Asia Pacific region.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has elected Andrew Jones, Guardian – Sanctuary Resorts, Hong Kong SAR, as Chairman of the Association’s Executive Board. He replaces Kevin B Murphy who was elected Chairman in April 2015 and who remains a member of the Executive Board as Immediate Past Chairman.