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ABTA

ABTA has been a trusted travel brand for over 65 years. We have around 1,200 Members, with a combined annual UK turnover of £32 billion. Our purpose is to support and promote a thriving and sustainable travel and tourism industry, within which we help our Members build successful businesses, and their customers travel with confidence.

ANTOR

ANTOR is the principal lobbying organisation for the world's tourist offices. Its UK membership comprises of national and regional tourist offices which are represented in Britain. ANTOR celebrates its 65th anniversary in 2017. ANTOR's objectives include providing a fraternal forum for its members to meet and exchange ideas.

APTO

The Alliance of Pioneer Travel Operators (APTO), is the first alliance of its kind exclusively made up of recognized pioneers of inbound tourism. The APTO Membership consists of Travel Operators, representing organizations that have pioneered commercial tourism of their respective countries. ​The APTO Constitution establishes an enduring standard for Travel Operators in the global travel industry, and advocates its Members' legacy expertise. ​APTO emanates as a brand the international travel market can trust, promoting the incisive destination experience of its Members and the protection of consumer travel investments.

ATTA

ATTA® - The African Travel and Tourism Association is a member driven organisation with over 570 global member companies promoting tourism and connecting the suppliers of tourism product in Africa with the buyers of tourism product in the global source.

CHA

CYPRUS HOTEL ASSOCIATION (CHA) is the Hoteliers Trade Union and its members are the vast majority of all hotel establishments and other licensed tourist accommodation units all over Cyprus.

Its main aims are the promotion of Cyprus Hotel Units and Tourism Industry and the protection of the well-being of the hoteliers.

CHTA

CHTA is the Caribbean’s leading advocate and representative of the private hospitality sector. For more than 55 years, CHTA has been the backbone of the Caribbean hospitality industry. Our combined reach throughout our network of 33 member destinations touches over 2,000 hotels and countless tourism service providers in the region and across the world. This is in addition to our relationships with NGOs, tourist boards and Government entities. CHTA is shaping the Caribbean’s future and helping members to grow their businesses.

DRF

Association of Danish Travel Agents and Tour Operators (Danmarks Rejsebureau Forening) was founded in 1938. We represent Leisure Travel Agencies, Business Travel Agencies, IATA Accredited Agencies, Airline Tour Operators, Agents, Charter and Industry Partners. Our more than 100 members are behind about 65% of the total turnover in the travel industry in Denmark.

DTTAG

Dubai Travel and Tour Agents Group (DTTAG) was established in 2004 under the license from Dubai Chamber of commerce Industry ( DCCI) and is currently managed by a 9 member Executive Committee that’s made up of heads/senior management of prominent Travel agencies in Dubai. DTTAG’s mission is to equip its members to achieve excellence in travel and tourism services, maintaining service standards and always surpassing the expectations of its customers. DTTAG is committed to managing growth and development of the Dubai Travel & Tourism sector through its members and has a clearly laid out constitution this regard. DTTAG aims to ensure that the interests of the travel agency community is represented with airlines, IATA, hotels, other suppliers and also with government bodies viz; DCAA, Dubai Chamber, DTCM and DED, with a view to supporting its members, the travelling public and the travel agency community in general.

EHMA

EHMA - European Hotel Managers Association - was founded in Rome in 1974 by a number of executives of the hotel industry of undisputed professional ethics with the desire to maintain and increase the image of the hotel industry. It is composed of top-level hotel managers who constantly strive to improve their and their staff’s professionalism, in order to maintain, perfect and innovate services offered to their customers. Currently the Association boasts about 400 members representing 24 European countries, of which about 300 are General Managers of luxury hotels. In figures, this represents approx. 300 hotels, 85,000 rooms and 65,000 employees. Members meet once a year on the occasion of the General Assembly. 

GMWA

The German Medical Wellness Association e.V. founded in the year 2004, has been active in the field of Medical Wellness and all related topics for more than 16 years from now. With its own network and its own management company, it has an in-depth knowledge of the development and operation of such facilities and companies. The areas of work of the GMWA (DMWV in German language) include: the development and promotion of health, medical wellness and spa tourism, the development and management of health hotels and resorts, the development of rehabilitation facilities and clinics, the development of modern facilities for seniors, the professional and management training,  political lobbying and more. Similarly, the certification of companies and products by their own medical wellness standard. For this tasks, the association use the own brands "The Leading Medical Wellness Hotels & Resorts" as well as "The Leading Medical Wellness Clinics & Spa". The GMWA  is engaged in Germany, Europe, and worldwide.

HATAB

The Hospitality and Tourism Association of Botswana (HATAB) was formed in 1982 as a membership-based organisation, representing businesses in the tourism sector of Botswana.  The Association is a non-profitable organization registered under the Registrar of Societies Act.   The Association’s mandate is to drive the policy advocacy agenda in order to provide and promote enabling environment for business development and growth within the hospitality and tourism sector.

To date, HATAB has about 300 members which has been growing a steadily from inception.  The HATAB membership is categorised into nine (9) sectors based of the focus areas of the tourism sector, namely:

  1. Air Charters
  2. Airlines
  3. Mobile safaris Operators
  4. Camps and Lodges
  5. Hotels (including self-catering facilities)
  6. Services (including academic institutions, car rentals and other service providers)
  7. Tour Operators
  8. Conservation & Wildlife Management entities.   

ITAA

The ITAA represents Ireland's travel Industry, bringing together 100 travel agent members and 70 affiliate partners. ITAA members cover over 140 outlets in different towns and cities throughout the Republic of Ireland. All travel agent members are licensed by the Commission for Aviation Regulation and are bonded providing financial protection for their customers.

ITT

The Institute of Travel & Tourism is the only professional membership body for individuals employed in the travel and tourism industry, one of the largest trade sectors in the UK. ITT is dedicated to developing and maintaining high professional standards throughout the industry.

MAH

MALAYSIAN ASSOCIATION OF HOTELS (MAH) was established in 1974. Since its inception, MAH has constantly enhanced the hotel and tourism industry by integrating member hotels throughout Malaysia. To date, MAH has over 1,000 members under 13 chapters and partnerships with both the private sectors and Government agencies such as the Ministry of Tourism. Being officially recognised as a National Hotel Association, MAH is committed to the exacting standards of service quality acknowledged by Malaysia and beyond.

SKAL

SKÅL International is a professional membership organisation of tourism and hospitality professionals around the world, promoting global travel, tourism, friendship and leadership. It is the only international Association uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry with 15,000 members in some 400 clubs in 87 countries. The industry's managers and executives meet regularly at local, national, regional and international levels to discuss and pursue topics of common interest. Membership Benefits: - Access to online business contacts - Membership Directory worldwide, networking, international congresses and trade shows and business among friends.

SMAL

The Association of Finnish Travel Industry (SMAL) consists of more than 180 travel agencies, tour operators and incoming agencies. It drives its members’ interests in relations with public authorities, legislators and different organizations. SMAL’s international network includes over 110 other companies, such as service providers, travel schools, consultants, media etc.

TAAI

TRAVEL AGENTS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (TAAI) is the premier, nodal and largest  Travel & Tourism Association in India, since 1951. TAAI has over 3000 members organisations across 4 Regions and 16 chapters in India. Membership includes: IATA Accredited Travel Agents, Tour Operators (Domestic-Inbound-Outbound), Vehicle Rental companies, Ground Handlers, Rail Tours, DMC’s, Visa facilitators, Forex & Moneychangers, MiCE companies, Sightseeing, Adventure & Sports Tourism Companies, Destination Promotion Cos, Representation and Media cos,  State and International Tourism Boards, Consulates, Hospitality and all other stateholders in travel, tourism and hospitality.

TAAI is recognized by Ministry of Tourism & Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt of India. TAAI sits on the board of IATA – APJC India and is represented at UFTAA as the chair since 2015. TAAI is also the founding member of Federation of Associations in Indian Tourism & Hospitality(FAITH) as the Vice-Chair. TAAI also chairs Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council, under the aegis of Govt of India.

TAAI and its members promote Travel, Tourism & Hospitality globally and all the members are leading organisations in their respective verticals of the trade.

TUROB

HOTEL ASSSOCIATION of TURKEY (TUROB) was founded in 1971. Today, Hotels and Touristic venues registered by the Turkish Ministry of Tourism and Culture are the members of the Association. TUROB is a member the European Associaiton of Hotels, Resturants and Cafes (HOTREC).

UHPA

UHPA - Association of Croatian Travel Agencies was founded in 1992. The mission of UHPA is to contribute to a sustainable development of Croatian tourism and to enhance the competitiveness of our members according to the values of corporate social responsibility, total quality management and specialization in various fields.

WATO

West Africa Tourism Organisation (WATO) is a travel and tourism association, dedicated to the development and promotion of tourism in West and Central Africa. WATO can help you find and prepare your ideal visit to West Africa. It gives its members a platform to promote their products, network and create new business opportunities.

WFTGA

The World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) is a not for-profit, non-political organisation which groups together, from all around the World, Tourist Guide Associations, individual Tourist Guides, Tourism Partners, Educational institutions, and Affiliate Members who have an association with Tourist Guides. The WFTGAs' purpose is to promote the profession and Tourist Guides as recognised Ambassadors.

WTA

A not-for-profit registered and incorporated in U.S, the Wellness Tourism Association launched in 2018 with the mission to bring standards and clarity to the growing global industry, while supporting stakeholders around the world through networking, education, research and communication. Co-Founders are Accor Hotels, Canyon Ranch and TravelToWellness.com

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