2013 PATA Travel Mart heads to China

Pacific Asia Travel Association event to meet in Chengdu

2013 PATA Travel Mart heads to China

Nov 30, 2012

BANGKOK, Thailand – The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has announced that PATA Travel Mart 2013 will take place September 25-27 at Century City New International Convention Exhibition Center, Chengdu, in Sichuan province, China.

Alongside the Mart, the PATA Board Meeting will be held September 27-29 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Chengdu.

Established in 1978, PATA Travel Mart is Asia Pacific’s leading and longest running B2B show for the travel industry.

Martin J. Craigs, PATA CEO, said: “The Mart does very well because of our high-quality, buyer-seller matching. We also offer delegates a different host destination each year.”

On the 2013 Mart venue, Craigs said: “Chengdu is one of the fastest-growing destinations and source markets in China. The Mart makes it easy for buyers and sellers to build their Asia Pacific travel businesses. We look forward to working with good quality buyers and vendors to make PTM 2013 a magnificently productive show for all attendees.”

Chengdu has been acclaimed as a leading tourism city by the UNWTO and the CNTA. It is increasingly popular in the MICE segment.

Mr. Zhao Miao, Vice Mayor of Chengdu, said: “Following Beijing and Hangzhou, Chengdu is the third city in mainland China to win the bid to host PATA Travel Mart. Chengdu is the first city to host PTM in Midwest China. Hosting PTM2013 is a milestone event for Chengdu to get ready internationally. It is also a vital step to becoming a world-class travel destination. We will work closely with PATA to ensure the success of PTM2013.”

The Mart offers guaranteed scheduled appointments based on three successful criteria: mutual requests, buyer requests, and seller requests – in that order. The Mart offers opportunities to build exposure through networking functions, sponsorships, branding opportunities, and an educational program.

Helmut Mochel, Director, Eurasia Erlebnisreisen, Germany, a PTM seller, said of the 2012 Mart in Manila: “I enjoyed participating. I was happy with the new business contacts generated. The system of prearranged appointments was very useful. Many of the buyer delegates were highly qualified and represented interesting companies.”

Joel Keimelo, Marketing Officer, PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, Papua New Guinea, a PTM seller, said: “PTM2012 was a big success for our clients. They are already talking about making business in 2013, which is very good. I believe PATA is the ideal platform for business. Papua New Guinea Tourism is very grateful for the opportunity to join.”

PTM buyer, Mr. Andy Ling, President, Canada One Travel, Canada, said: “PTM was a useful event for me indeed. Meeting up with new and existing friends in the industry under one roof was great.”

The PATA Travel Mart 2013 is co-hosted by Chengdu Municipal People’s Government and supported by Chengdu Municipal Tourism Administration, Chengdu Municipal Bureau of Exposition, and Chengdu Culture Tourism Development Group.

For further information, email PTM@PATA.org. Visit http://www.pata.org/events/pata-travel-mart-2013

Article source: http://www.eturbonews.com/32519/2013-pata-travel-mart-heads-china

China and Japan report rising numbers of outbound trips

ITB World Travel Trends Report analyzes developments in Asian source markets

China and Japan report rising numbers of outbound trips

Nov 30, 2012

BERLIN, Germany – Asia continues to be the driving force in global tourism. According to the latest ITB World Travel Trends Report, this year the number of outbound trips from Asia rose by seven percent, due in part to rising wages. Yet again, the most frequent travelers came from China and Japan, both countries reporting double-digit growth in outbound travel.

During the first six months of this year, the number of outbound trips from China grew by 20 percent. Japan has recovered from the market collapse following last year’s tsunami and during the first 9 months of 2012 registered 13.7 percent growth. Outbound trips from South Korea increased by 6.7 percent, while most markets in South and Southeast Asia lost momentum. Accordingly, India, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore reported less than 5 percent growth. This year, only Indonesia and the Philippines will exceed 10 percent growth. These are the findings of the ITB World Travel Trends Report, which is compiled by IPK International and commissioned by ITB Berlin.

Five years ago, Messe Berlin launched ITB Asia in Singapore, which since then has established itself as one of the largest trade shows for the Asian travel industry. This is where, every year in October, industry buyers, suppliers, service providers, and sellers gather to make use of networking and business opportunities and to find out about new trends at the convention’s supporting events.

PEOPLE REMAIN KEEN TOTRAVEL

The outlook for most Asian markets is positive, so there is good reason to be optimistic about tourism next year. Only one-third of Asians said the global financial crisis would affect their travel plans, while two-thirds said it had no impact at all. Year-on-year data shows that Asia has recovered slightly. Last year, 36 percent said the recession would influence their travel plans. This year, that figure is down by 4 percent. Next year, 29 percent of Asians intend to travel more than in 2013, while only 16 percent aim to travel less. A little over 50 percent said they would undertake the same amount of trips. Accordingly, the ITB World Travel Trends Report forecasts outbound travel from Asia to grow by 6 percent.

BETTER OUTLOOK FOR JAPAN

In terms of tourism, Japan has largely recovered from the effects of last year’s tsunami and reported strong growth during the first half of this year. However, since news emerged of its island dispute with China, the momentum has been lost somewhat. Nonetheless, the Japanese are still optimistic about their travel plans for 2013. Only 28 percent said the financial crisis would affect their travel decisions next year, compared with 33 percent in 2012. Twenty-one percent expect to travel more in 2013, while 54 percent aim to undertake the same amount of trips. Overall, in 2013 outbound travel from Japan is forecast to grow by around 3 percent.

CHINA’S INFLUENCE REMAINS HIGH

China has also shown itself to be one of Asia’s strongest markets and its citizens’ travel intentions bear this out. Thirty-eight percent (4 percent more than in 2012) plan to travel more next year. Forty-nine percent said they would undertake the same amount of trips. As a result, outbound travel from China is forecast to grow by 12 percent.

By contrast, South Korean travel demand appeared to tail off slightly, due in part to declining confidence in purchasing power. Thus, many South Koreans prefer cheaper holidays in Southeast Asia. A similar trend has emerged in Taiwan. By contrast, the economic situation in Hong Kong remains stable, with travelers increasingly discovering new destinations or repeatedly visiting the same ones in their region.

Dr. Martin Buck, Director of the Competence Center Travel Logistics at Messe Berlin: “Over the coming years Asia will continue to be one of the main forces driving international tourism. Despite the economic uncertainty threatening major markets such as China and other countries in Northeast Asia, travelers from those countries will play an important role in global tourism.”

Launched by the consultancy IPK International and sponsored by ITB Berlin, every year at the World Travel Monitor Forum in Pisa, tourism experts and scientists from around the world present current statistics and the latest trends in international tourism.

Details of the studies will be presented by the ITB World Travel Trends Report, which will be published in early December at www.itb-berlin.com . The report is based on the assessments of around 50 tourism experts from 30 countries, on a special IPK International trend analysis undertaken in major source markets, and on core data supplied by the World Travel Monitor®, recognized as the largest continuous survey of global travel trends in some 60 source countries. The findings reflect trends which emerged during the first 8 months of 2012. At the ITB Berlin Convention Rolf Freitag, CEO of IPK International, will present the findings for the entire year, as well as the latest forecasts for 2013.

Article source: http://www.eturbonews.com/32520/china-and-japan-report-rising-numbers-outbound-trips

Santa Barbara Travel Celebrates 65 Years of Navigating the World

November 29, 2012 – On November 28, 2012, Santa Barbara Travel Bureau was recognized for 65 years of travel service by luxury travel network, Virtuoso, and the Mayor of Santa Barbara. Bonnie Newman, Regional Sales Director of Virtuoso and Mayor Helene Schneider along with members of the City Council presented awards to Charles and David de L’Arbre, Co-Owners of Santa Barbara Travel. Also present were Santa Barbara Region Chamber of Commerce President, Zoe Taylor, Santa Barbara Downtown Organization Executive Director, Bill Collyer, and the staff of Santa Barbara Travel. David and Charles attribute their success to an experienced and dedicated agent team who prioritize excellent customer service while using state-of-the-art technology.

Santa Barbara Travel was started by Albert “Bertie” de L’Arbre in 1947, after serving with the OSS during World War II and having traveled the world. Now owned and operated by Bertie’s sons, Charles and David de L’Arbre, Santa Barbara Travel is the largest locally-owned travel company in the tri-county region. The award-winning company, voted #1 Travel Agency year-after-year, has offices in Santa Barbara, Montecito and Ventura, and employs over forty travel professionals. Santa Barbara Travel is a member of the by-invitation-only, luxury travel network, Virtuoso – comprised of top leisure travel agencies in North and South America, the Caribbean and Australia. The agency’s membership in Virtuoso brings a host of unique travel opportunities and exclusive values to the agency’s clients as well as access to the world’s best tour companies, hotels, and cruise lines.

Looking for a new career? For those interested in joining the exciting world of travel, Santa Barbara Travel will be offering travel schools in both Santa Barbara and Ventura. The program, starting January 23 is designed to teach students about the travel trade, popular and exotic tourist destinations, and how to market and arrange accommodations and transportation for prospective clients. Contact Melinda Kornder for enrollment or more information at 805-650-6999.

Santa Barbara Travel Bureau welcomes you to visit or call one of their branch locations: Santa Barbara – 1028 State Street, 805.966.3116; Montecito – 1485 East Valley Road, 805.969.7746; Ventura – 3140 Telegraph Road, 805.650.6999. Website: www.sbtravel.com

Article source: http://www.vcstar.com/news/2012/nov/30/santa-barbara-travel-celebrates-65-years-of-naviga/

Travel book gift ideas

Travel books

At $199, “18 Greatest Irish Golf Holes” is comparable to a round at an upscale private club – but will last longer, and will be well-received by the golfer who has everything (including a soft spot for Ireland). The history and rich color photographs pay tribute to legendary courses such as Ballybunion and Lahinch, and the images are as much about the Irish coastline as the country’s greens. Vitals: $199 at specialty golf stores and www.18greatestgolf.com (see also “18 Greatest Scottish Golf Holes”).

- JB

Flip through the pages of “Safari,” a “photicular” book with images of wild animals that come to life like a 3-D movie as you move the page. With facts and figures about the animals populating the safari, and magical photicular images by Dan Kainen, you’ll find yourself mesmerized by the motion of a sprinting gazelle or bounding lion. Great family gift. Vitals: $24.95 at local retailers including Tutti Frutti Cards Gifts Fun Stuff and Books, Inc. and www.workman.com.

- JB

If you know someone who can’t view a landscape without visualizing themselves traversing it on two wheels, “Fifty Places to Bike Before You Die” is a sound gift choice. From the Grand Canyon to Tuscany to California’s Wine Country to New York City, the recommended spots are based on experienced cyclists’ first-hand knowledge and range from hard-core to leisurely. Vitals: $24.95 at Sue Fisher King and www.abramsbooks.com.

- JB

Sorry, adults. Lonely Planet’s new softcover “Everything you ever wanted to know” guides are fun and quirky, but are clearly marked “Not-For-Parents.” The collection, full of splashy graphics and trivial tidbits for children (8 and older), includes city guides to Paris and Rome, country guides to China and Australia and if your young reader is thinking global, there’s the “Extreme Planet” hardcover highlighting the most extreme stuff on earth. Vitals: $14.99-$19.99 at local retailers including Books, Inc. and www.lonelyplanet.com.

- JB

Article source: http://www.sfgate.com/travel/article/Travel-book-gift-ideas-4081399.php

The week’s best travel deals: Montreal, Botswana, and Madeira

Land

The Ritz-Carlton Montreal is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a fourth-night-free offer. A four-night stay, after discount, now starts at about $1,422 (including taxes), a savings of about $474. Available through March 27; some dates are sold out. Info: 800-363-0366, www.ritzmontreal.com.

With Natural Habitat Adventures, book a Secluded Botswana Safari by Dec. 31 and receive a free four-day Cape Town extension. The bonus trip, worth $1,200, includes three nights at the Victoria Alfred Waterfront Hotel, transfers and a full-day peninsula tour. The deal is valid on the June 7, July 7,
Aug. 9 and Sept. 14 departures of the 13-day Botswana trip, which starts at $11,795 per person double. Info: 800-543-8917, ww.nathab.com.

Spend the night at Keswick Hall at Monticello, near Charlottesville, and receive a $100 dining credit. Stay Sunday through Thursday, from Jan. 2 through March 28; blackout dates apply. Superior guest rooms run $275 a night, plus about $28 taxes and $25 daily resort fee. Credit can be used at Fossett’s Restaurant, Fossett’s Bar or Villa Crawford. Info: 888-778-2565, www.keswick.com.

Sea

Book a veranda stateroom on an air-inclusive European cruise with Celebrity Cruises by Dec. 2 and receive $1,000 off per stateroom. Deal applies to 77 departures in 2013. Prices vary. For example, the veranda-cabin price for a 10-night cruise from Barcelona to Istanbul departing Sept. 15 starts at $2,932 per person double after the discount. Rate includes port charges and airfare from Washington Dulles to Barcelona, with return from Istanbul. Info: 800-647-2251, www.celebritycruises.com.

Air

South African Airways is offering sale fares on direct flights — with a short refueling stop in Dakar, Senegal — from Washington Dulles to Johannesburg. Round-trip fare is $985, including taxes, for travel Jan. 15 through March 31. Fare for connecting flights on other airlines during sales period starts at $1,053, but is typically about $1,440 round trip. Book by Dec. 12. Info: 800-722-9675, www.flysaa.com.

Package

SATA Airlines has package deals to Madeira, the Portuguese island off the coast of North Africa. Package starts at $1,609 per person double, including round-trip airfare from Reagan National to Funchal, Madeira, connecting through Boston; six nights at Baia Azul Hotel; breakfasts; and taxes. Priced separately, the trip would cost about $124 more per person. For the best prices, travel through March 31. Info: 800-762-9995, www.sata.pt/en/content/azores-express-packages.

JetBlue Getaways is taking 50 percent off the base airfare of packages booked by Dec. 3. Choose from destinations in the United States, the Caribbean and Mexico. For example, a couple pays $1,010, including taxes, for round-trip air from Washington Dulles to San Francisco (typically from $471 per person) and three nights at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites in Fisherman’s Wharf. Travel by Dec. 19. Info: 800-538-2583, jetblue.com/getaways.


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Submit travel deals to whatsthedeal@washpost.com. Prices were verified at press time Thursday, but deals sell out and availability is not guaranteed. Some restrictions may apply.

Article source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/the-weeks-best-travel-deals-montreal-botswana-and-madeira/2012/11/29/d9a85898-38d9-11e2-8a97-363b0f9a0ab3_story.html

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AAA Alabama selling travel packages for BCS Championship Game to confident … – The Birmingham News


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Alabama defensive back Robert Lester (37) returns an interception during the first half of Saturday’s Iron Bowl as Auburn offensive lineman Chad Slade (62) pursues at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. (AP Photo/Dave Martin) 

The University of Alabama has yet to claim the SEC football title, but AAA Alabama already is offering Crimson Tide fans a variety of travel packages to the Jan. 7 BCS Championship Game in Miami.

No. 2 Alabama faces No. 3 Georgia in Saturday’s SEC Championship Game in Atlanta, and the winner is expected to advance to play No. 1 Notre Dame for the national title.

AAA Alabama began selling its BCS game travel packages late Thursday, said Clay Ingram, a spokesman for the agency. Per-person pricing starts at $869 for land-only packages, while those that include airfare start at $1,545.

They can be booked now at www.AAA.com or by contacting a travel agent at any AAA Alabama office.

Packages booked before Saturday’s SEC title game will be fully refunded if Alabama does not play for the national title. However, they are non-refundable if Alabama does go to Miami.

If Alabama wins Saturday, Ingram says the packages will go quickly.

“We expect to be sold out by Tuesday or Wednesday,” he said.

Packages include hotel accommodations, pep rally and pre-game party admission, transportation to the stadium and souvenirs.

Game tickets are not included in the packages, although they are available as an add-on.

“We didn’t price them in, since they are changing so quickly,” Ingram said.

Although it would be Alabama’s third time in four years to play for a national title, Ingram said he hasn’t seen signs of fatigue among the Crimson Tide’s traveling faithful.

“It’s not become old hat to anyone yet, at least in my experience,” he said.

AAA Alabama offices will not be open on Sunday, but AAA Alabama travel agents will be available by phone on Sunday between noon and 5 p.m., at (205) 444-8888.

Packages are available to both AAA members and non-members.

If Alabama loses on Saturday, travel plans for fans who want to see the team in a bowl will be less clear.

Article source: http://blog.al.com/businessnews/2012/11/aaa_alabama_now_selling_travel.html

New air travel policy approved for Oklahoma State after coaches killed in …

“We want, whoever they are and however they may travel, that they travel safely and that they come home safely,” said vice president and general counsel Gary Clark, chairman of the task force that put together the policy.

Budke, assistant Miranda Serna, pilot Olin Branstetter and his wife, Paula Branstetter, died on a recruiting trip to Arkansas last year. A federal report on the cause of the crash is pending, but weather has been ruled out as a factor.

Clark said he didn’t know whether that flight would have been approved under the current policy. At a minimum, the plane’s maintenance records and the pilot’s history would have been checked before takeoff. A pilot will have the final say when it comes to weather conditions.

“We didn’t really try to look at or address our policy to that accident. What we were looking at were the general safety standards that are out there,” Clark said.

Oklahoma State had already instituted a policy for team travel following a 2001 plane crash that resulted in the deaths of 10 men associated with the Cowboys basketball team on their way back from a game at Colorado. Clark said that policy had been interpreted over the years to allow coaches to control their own travel without the team, and it was amended in 2004 in an attempt to clarify that stance.

“From the very beginning, the actual practice has been that it has been the coaches’ discretion,” Clark said.

That no longer will be the case. Wrestling coach John Smith, women’s tennis coach Chris Young and athletic director Mike Holder were part of the task force, and Clark said others were consulted during the drafting of the policy.

“The coaches probably would have preferred to have something that allowed them greater latitude than what the policy provides,” Clark said. “I think it may limit them to some extent, but we think that the limits are reasonable under the circumstances.”

The policy specifically prohibits travel on home-built and light sport aircraft, but no other planes are specifically prohibited. There are requirements that must be met for single-engine planes.

The aviation consultant’s approval of an aircraft or a pilot will be good for six months before another round of checks will be needed.

“In order to avoid some kind of disruption of their plans, we’re going to encourage them to plan well ahead of time,” Clark said.

Clark added that the coaches involved suggested a change to the team travel policy, which currently would require a stop-over if a team drove to Austin, Texas — home of Big 12 foe Texas — because it is about 30 minutes outside the current maximum.

“I think we’re going to look at those and see if, in the process, the lines may have been drawn that didn’t really work as well as maybe what we had in mind,” Clark said. “We’ll at least look at those. I can’t say that those changes will be made.”

Although the policy takes effect immediately, Clark said some time will be needed to choose the aviation consultant and get the pre-approval process started.

There are no specific penalties laid out for violating the policy.

“Basically what we would want to do is have the supervisor to look at the seriousness of the violation and have an appropriate discipline action taken, whatever that might be,” Clark said.

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Article source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/new-air-travel-policy-approved-for-oklahoma-state-after-coaches-killed-in-plane-crash/2012/11/30/6be6dee0-3b15-11e2-9258-ac7c78d5c680_story.html

Favorite Travel Websites: Price Most Important in Survey

PHOTO: Travelocity

How satisfied you are with the price you pay for your next vacation may dictate how satisfied you are overall with the travel website you used.

That’s according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Independent Travel Website Satisfaction Report. The report measures consumers’ overall satisfaction with their purchase experience on an independent travel website, which consists of a vacation package, flight, hotel or rental car.

The average score for a travel booking site was 798. Expedia, Travelocity and other market leaders all came in with below-average rankings.

Booking.com, with a score of 816, ranked highest in satisfaction. Travel.Yahoo.com came in last, with a score of 777.

So, does this mean the best prices can be found on Booking.com? Not necessarily. But the sites that ranked highest overall also had high scores for price satisfaction.


PHOTO: Travelocity

PHOTO: Travelocity





“While other factors certainly affect overall satisfaction, 75 percent of online travel website consumers indicate price as a primary purchase reason, so there is no denying price greatly impacts the overall website experience,” said Sara Wong Hilton, director at J.D. Power and Associates.

The report examines seven factors (listed in order of importance): competitiveness of pricing, usefulness of information, availability of booking/reservation options, website/online store, ease of booking/reserving, competitiveness of sales and promotions, and contact with customer service.

The relative importance of customer service was low: Only 29 percent of online consumers indicated that they contacted customer service. However, for those who did contact customer service, it was the most important factor, trumping even price satisfaction.

Many consumers may not realize several of these sites are part of the same company. For example, Booking.com is part of Priceline. Expedia owns both Hotwire and Hotels.com. Orbitz owns Cheaptickets.

How did your favorite travel booking website stack up?

1. Booking.com

2. Hotwire.com

3. Priceline.com

4. Orbitz.com

5. Hotels.com

6. Expedia.com

7.Travelocity.com

8. CheapOAir.com

9. CheapTickets.com

10. Travel.Yahoo.com

Article source: http://abcnews.go.com/Travel/travelers-pick-favorite-booking-sites-web/story?id=17846859

PATA Travel Mart 2013 to take place in Chengdu, China Sept 25-27

PATA Travel Mart 2013 to take place in Chengdu, China Sept 25-27

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The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has announced that PATA Travel Mart 2013 will take place September 25-27 at Century City New International Convention Exhibition Centre, Chengdu in Sichuan province, China.
Alongside the Mart, the PATA Board Meeting will be held September 27-29 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Chengdu.

Established in 1978, PATA Travel Mart is Asia Pacific’s leading and longest running B2B show for the travel industry.

Martin J Craigs, PATA CEO said: “The Mart does very well because or our high quality buyer-seller matching. We also offer delegates a different host destination each year.”

On the 2013 Mart venue, Craigs said: “Chengdu is one of the fastest growing destinations and source markets in China. The Mart makes it easy for buyers and sellers to build their Asia Pacific travel businesses. We look forward to working with good quality buyers and vendors to make PTM 2013 a magnificently productive show for all attendees.”

Chengdu has been acclaimed as a leading tourism city by the UNWTO and the CNTA. It is increasingly popular in the MICE segment.

Mr Zhao Miao, Vice Mayor of Chengdu, said, “Following Beijing and Hangzhou, Chengdu is the third city in mainland China to win the bid to host PATA Travel Mart. Chengdu is the first city to host PTM in Midwest China. Hosting PTM2013 is a milestone event for Chengdu to get ready internationally. It is also a vital step to becoming a world-class travel destination. We will work closely with PATA to ensure the success of PTM2013.”

The Mart offers guaranteed scheduled appointments based on three successful criteria: mutual requests, buyer requests and seller requests – in that order. The Mart offers opportunities to build exposure through networking functions, sponsorships, branding opportunities, and an educational programme.

Helmut Mochel, Director, Eurasia Erlebnisreisen, Germany, a PTM seller said of the 2012 Mart in Manila: “I enjoyed participating. I was happy with the new business contacts generated. The system of prearranged appointments was very useful. Many of the buyer delegates were highly qualified and represented interesting companies.”

Joel Keimelo, Marketing Officer, PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, Papua New Guinea, a PTM seller said: “PTM2012 was a big success for our clients. They are already talking about making business in 2013, which is very good. I believe PATA is the ideal platform for business. Papua New Guinea Tourism is very grateful for the opportunity to join.”

PTM buyer, Mr Andy Ling, President, Canada One Travel, Canada said: “PTM was a useful event for me indeed. Meeting up with new and existing friends in the industry under one roof was great.”

The PATA Travel Mart 2013 is co-hosted by Chengdu Municipal People’s Government and supported by Chengdu Municipal Tourism Administration, Chengdu Municipal Bureau of Exposition, and Chengdu Culture Tourism Development Group.

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