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ITAA Conference in Porto, Portugal, from 12th-15th October

ITAA Conference in Porto, Portugal, from 12th-15th October

The ITAA Conference will be held in Porto, Portugal, from 12th-15th October in the 5-star Hotel Solverde SPA and Wellness Centre. The conference meetings take place on Friday 13th October with a range of speakers focusing on current issues facing the travel trade. On Saturday there will be sightseeing tours and a gala dinner. Pre-conference there will be a golf day on Thursday 12th October and there is an optional post conference fam trip.

There are still places available for the conference and the ITAA contact is Jean Maxwell on email: [email protected]

Flight options are available, but note that the Aer Lingus discount offer expires on 31st July and that there are a limited number of seats being held on the Ryanair flight from Porto to Dublin on 15th October.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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