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.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association and the Africa Travel Association have officially renewed their partnership by signing a memorandum of understanding. The deal will strengthen cooperation in developing the visitor economies of the two fastest growing regions in the world.
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.
In spite of the current political situation in Thailand, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports encourages tourists to continue visiting various attractions around Thailand, and assures the public that, as always, very warm hospitality and a Thai smile will be extended to visitors from around the world.
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.
Routes (part of UBM Live) and the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) reached a 2 year agreement during the World Routes event in Las Vegas, to collaborate to advance the understanding of the value of airline connectivity for destinations.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) ‘s signature annual event, PATA Travel Mart, just concluded in Chengdu, China and the GSTC capitalised on the size and scope of the event to generate exposure thanks to the collaboration of the GSTC Market Access Working Group and GSTC member Mt. Huangshan Scenic Area Administrative Committee (HSAC).
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.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) bids farewell to its much admired Regional Director – Greater China, Ms. Kate Chang, who has accepted a position with the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Bureau in the Beijing office.
Martin Craigs, chief executive, PATA, speaks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel & Tourism Council Asia Summit in Seoul, South Korea.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has accepted the New Zealand Māori Tourism’s exceptional bid to host the second Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference (PAITC) and PATA Board Meetings in Rotorua, New Zealand from April 4-9, 2014
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.