Abta opens registration for 2024 Travel Convention

Abta has opened registration for this year’s Travel Convention in Greece.

Discounted early booking rates of £695 are being made available until mid-July for Abta members and first Abta Partners to register, and £795 for additional ABTA Partners and other delegates. A companion fee of £230 applies for those not attending as delegates.

This year’s event will see the association return to Costa Navarino, Messinia, in the Greek Peloponnese on October 7-9 – venue for the 2015 convention.

Delegates can stay at either The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort or The Westin Resort, Costa Navarino. 

Both are five-star hotels within the resort of Navarino Dunes, which also offers more than 20 restaurants and bars, a spa and thalassotherapy centre, plus various leisure and sports facilities.

The business sessions will be held at the House of Events, the resort’s dedicated convention centre.

The 2024 Travel Convention is supported by lead partner easyJet holidays, plus headline partners Intrepid Travel and Global.

Abta chief executive Mark Tanzer said: “Our annual Travel Convention is always a fantastic event, providing the ideal forum for industry colleagues to connect, do business and look ahead to the future of our sector.

“We’re very much looking forward to returning to Greece this year, which continues to grow in popularity among UK holidaymakers.

“Messinia is one of the country’s most captivating regions, so I’m sure that delegates will enjoy learning more about the breadth of experiences on offer.

“I’d encourage delegates to make sure they register by mid-July so they can take advantage of our highly-competitive early bird rates.”

Easyjet holidays chief executive Garry Wilson added: “With the Abta Convention as the flagship event for travel and tourism, we’re incredibly excited to be lead partner for a second year, supporting Abta in delivering a key event which always offers fantastic insight, brilliant business sessions and an unmissable outlook for the year ahead for our industry.”

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