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“PATA Loves ASEAN” campaign announced

“PATA Loves ASEAN” campaign announced

25 January 2014 Press Release Travel Events News Organisations & Operators

The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has announced a new campaign with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) entitled, “PATA Loves ASEAN.”  The main pillar of the initiative is a US$300,000 advertising campaign on the Travel Channel to promote responsible ASEAN tourism experiences.

PATA and PhoCusWright enhance partnership

PATA and PhoCusWright enhance partnership

17 January 2014 Press Release Organisations & Operators

The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with PhoCusWright, the leading global travel industry research authority. The affiliation will help deliver key research findings on the Asia Pacific travel marketplace.

Routes signs up with PATA to promote international aviation

Routes signs up with PATA to promote international aviation

Routes and the Pacific Asia Travel Association have reached a two year agreement to collaborate to advance the understanding of the value of airline connectivity for destinations. This preferred partnership will enable Routes and PATA to collaborate on the development of programmes around both World Routes and Routes’ regional events that will give a clearer focus on the main trade, tourism, and human dimensions of connectivity. 

Asia Pacific internatio​nal visitor surge continues

Asia Pacific internatio​nal visitor surge continues

5 October 2013 Tourism News

International visitor arrivals into Asia and the Pacific grew by six percent in June 2013, the latest month for which comprehensive pan-regional results are available. The figures for June are among the strongest year-on-year growth performances so far this year.

PATA records boost to Asia Pacific tourism

PATA records boost to Asia Pacific tourism

22 August 2013 Organisations & Operators

International visitor arrivals into Asia Pacific destinations have expanded at better than eight per cent over the first part of the year according to preliminary estimates released by the Pacific Asia Travel Association. Across the 31 destinations for which data is currently available, this translates into more than eight million additional arrivals over and above those received for the corresponding periods of last year.