The Australian Federation of Travel Agents is pleased to announce that Singapore Airlines will be the exclusive sponsor of the NTIA Singapore Airlines Supper Club that will follow the NTIA Gala Dinner to be held on the 18th July at the Pavilion Darling Harbour.
“This year with the support of Singapore Airlines we will have a supper club in the same venue as the NTIA gala which will be a fresh and new way to ensure that those guests who attend the NTIA event can continue to celebrate, network and enjoy the evening,” said AFTA Chief Executive Jayson Westbury.
“The Singapore Airlines Supper Club will mean that people don’t have to leave their seat or can simply continue to enjoy the evening in a classic comfortable supper club environment while still floating on the Pavilion over Darling Harbour. This is a new twist to how the travel industry can celebrate the best of the best on the night with thanks to Singapore Airlines,” said Westbury.
NTIA 2015 will take on a new look after many very successful years, with the change to the supper club ensuring that the night’s celebration, dancing and networking can continue without the need to relocate to another venue.
“Singapore Airlines is a proud sponsor of the NTIA and we are pleased to continue our support for the industry’s big night and host celebrations at the Singapore Airlines Supper Club for everyone attending the awards this year. We look forward to celebrating the achievements of those outstanding individuals and companies that make a significant contribution to Australia’s travel industry” said Singapore Airlines’ Senior Manager Marketing and Alliances Australia, Dale Woodhouse.
“Our partnership with Singapore Airlines is a very strong one and the continued support that Singapore Airlines provides to travel agents and the industry is greatly appreciated by AFTA. Guests always look forward to continuing the evening’s celebrations post the award ceremony and I know the industry is already getting excited about what AFTA & Singapore Airlines have in store for this year,” said Westbury.