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Travel Industry Awards Winners + Download: Chinese Travellers Report by Mastercard

June 11, 2019 Accolades No Comments Email Email

THOUGHTS FROM OUR CEO

“I would like to congratulate all the award winners for their valuable contributions and thank them for their continued support to both PATA and the travel and tourism industry.”

Dr Mario Hardy
Chief Executive Officer, PATA
‘PATA honours industry professionals at PATA Annual Summit 2019’

PATA UPDATES

RESEARCH
400 million Chinese travellers in 2030: where do they go and how do they spend?

According to Mastercard, Chinese travellers participated in 57 million outbound trips in 2010. This number is anticipated to exceed 400 million by 2030, which will fundamentally alter Asia’s tourism industry. Find out where they are travelling to and how they prefer to spend their money by downloading this latest PATA VE Bulletin now at PATA Store.

EVENTS
Curated tours, stopover holidays and special airfares for PTM 2019 delegates

Enrich your experience at PTM 2019 in Nur-Sultan (Astana), Kazakhstan. The Ministry of Culture and Sport of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Kazakh Tourism National Company has curated a selection of pre- and post-tours for PTM delegates to explore Kazakhstan, a land dubbed by the New York Times as the new ‘luxury eco-destination’

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Explore a new world class tourist destination – Mahanakhon Skywalk 

Join the PATAcademy-HCD Workshop and get an opportunity to explore Mahanakhon Skywalk – Bangkok from a different angle. It is one of the best premium attractions in the heart of Bangkok, combining unique views with an unmatched guest experience. Highlights include one of the world’s largest glass trays on the 78th floor, Southeast Asia’s fastest elevators and unrivalled 360 degrees views of Bangkok’s breathtaking skyline.

SUSTAINABILITY
A guide to sustainable travel for seniors

Some seniors believe that sustainable travel would not be a suitable option for them, because it requires them to make the extra effort in most travel situations. However, it’s important to understand that it does not take much to be environmentally conscious during travel. Here are some tips that can help senior travelers minimise their impact on the environment.

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