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TTG Friday

30 Sep 2016

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Marilyn Monroe in Manchester

Railtrail’s Palin sign; Sunvil’s Portuguese trip; Aer Lingus brings Marilyn to Manchester; George Best trade breakfast; Princess sales manager’s WorkAdvisor windfall; Haven’s autumn offers.

Sign of the times

Sign of the times

Railtrail Tours celebrated the launch of its 2017 Grand Tours by Rail programme by having a team photo taken by the sign that former Python and train spotter Michael Palin brought back from the last stop in his 1979 Great Railway Journeys show.

Perfect Portugal

Perfect Portugal

Sunvil treated a group of UK agents to a trip to the Alentejo region of Portugal where they took in a packed itinerary that included walking the Fisherman’s Way, visiting the megalithic Cromeleque dos Almendres complex and blending their own wine to take home.

USA dreaming

USA dreaming

Aer Lingus brought a taste of America to Manchester and Birmingham, giving out free bagels and offering passers by the chance to win transatlantic flights from the two cities. Suzie Kennedy, an award-winning Marilyn Monroe lookalike, was also on hand for that extra touch of Hollywood glamour.

Simply the best

Simply the best

George Best Belfast City airport joined new partner Brussels Airlines in hosting a trade breakfast at the Malmaison hotel. From left: Belfast City airport’s Diane Risk and Brian Ambrose, with Lufthansa’s Helen Fyfe.

Just the job

Just the job

Mark Lowman, sales manager for Princess Cruises (pictured left), was the well-deserved winner of a £500 cash prize from workadvisor.co.uk after posting an informative review about his employer on the website.

Born for Leisure

Born for Leisure

Gemma Wilks, trade sales executive for Bourne Leisure, visited agencies to promote Haven’s latest autumn offers. She is pictured with Thomson agents Charmaine Stewart and Jessica Harvey-Olayemi.

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