TTG has published its third monthly magazine today, filled with exclusive news, enlightening interviews, destination features and a whole section dedicated to TTG Luxury.
The magazine kicks off with news including Trade’s fresh hopes for test and release system, Aviation welcomes United testing trial and an exclusive interview with Midcounties Co-operative chief Phil Ponsonby: Midcounties sets sights on expansion.
Don’t miss our exclusive catch-up with Gold Medal and ‘Travel 2’s Nick Hughes and Kerry Gallagher, as they lay out their plans for the upcoming merger.
Next it’s our product news pages, featuring such headlines as Tradewind puts unique itineraries on sale and Hurtigruten boosts trade ties and adds new ex-UK voyages.
We have included a write-up of our mental health survey in advance of the latest TTG Get Travel Talking event, which makes for important reading about the outlook of 200 people in the industry.
Our interviews this month are with Princess Cruises’s Tony Roberts: ‘The crisis has been incredibly hard but I come out of it feeling positive’; and with Hurtigruten’s Anthony Daniels: ‘It was an isolated incident...hopefully the industry has learnt from our mistakes’.
The leader from editor Sophie Griffiths this month focuses on this week’s Holiday To Help Out scheme and how the industry has come together of late.
This month’s features section kicks off with a piece on how Key Holidays’ Jonathan Cunningham has been getting along with his mentor Travel Heroes: Powering up.
Next, we speak to Debbie Adigun, blogger and co-founder of Black Travel Creators, about networking and championing diversity in travel.
Then we take a deep-dive into how tech supplier Vertical Systems has used lockdown to develop a whole new suite of products for agents.
With WTM Virtual just around the corner, we catch up with a number of the tourist boards attending.
The TTG Luxury section begins with news from the Maldives and Ikos and Sani, before we launch into reports from the recent TTG Luxury Travel Summit. Headlines include ’Consumer wellbeing to move to forefront of travel’ and ’Operators home in on ways to travel during the pandemic’.