World Travel Market will be 20% larger in 2023 – versus 2022 show - 14% of exhibitor bookings are new
Airport operators in the UK need to focus their attention on getting people onto their flights rather than trying to get them to go shopping, reveals research today (Monday 7 November) released by World Travel Market London.
Beach breaks are still the number-one choice of UK holidaymakers, according to the latest Industry Report by World Travel Market London.
Scotland and Wales have made it into the top-10 list of ‘most underrated destinations’ – as voted for by top executives in the travel industry.
The Azores and Northern Greece have made it into the top-10 list of ‘most underrated destinations’ – as voted for by top executives in the travel industry.
The soaring cost of living around the world is by far the greatest threat to travel businesses in 2023, according to WTM London research.
Norway is viewed as the most sustainable and responsible destination, according to WTM London’s survey of the travel industry’s top decision-makers, with Costa Rica coming a close second.
Rotana highlights its diverse collection of hotels and resorts at World Travel Market (WTM) London 2022. Taking place at the ExCeL London convention centre from 7th to 9th November, the event provides Rotana with the ideal platform for engagement with key stakeholders, partners and customers in the UK market.