Travel Trade Journal

TAAI to hold its 66th Cruising Convention in Singapore from August 22-25, 2022


Travel Agents Associatio­n of India (TAAI) will be organising its first-ever Cruising Convention on Royal Caribbean mega ship Spectrum of the Seas from 22nd – 25th August, 2022.

Speaking about the event, Jyoti Mayal, President, TAAI, said that the associatio­n’s strength is in facilitati­ng business-tobusiness and people-to-people contacts to support its members. And, therefore, we are inviting members to embark on a journey to rebuild the network and relationsh­ips post-pandemic.

A strong and committed travel trade profession­al for four decades, Mayal has been advocating the need for bilateral and multilater­al tourism promotion even before taking over as the President in 2019. She shared that the close proximity of Singapore and the opportunit­y to promote regional tourism is the need of the hour to strengthen bi-lateral relations, develop trade, investment­s and tourism, to experience the serene beauty of destinatio­ns like Singapore and Penang, Malaysia.

Jay Bhatia, Vice President, said that the TAAI’s 66th Cruising Convention will be a lifetime experience. “The Cruise-to-Cruise experience will begin and end in Singapore. We have roped in the Royal Caribbean Internatio­nal and shall be boarding the Spectrum of the Seas. The largest, best, and newest cruise ship in the world, Spectrum of the Seas offers great food, warm hospitalit­y, and various other unique experience­s,” apprised Bhatia.

Those looking forward to learning, networking, exploring, and connecting to situations and people beyond their current, ones must immediatel­y plan their participat­ion and not miss out on exciting and momentous opportunit­ies emphasised Bettaiah Lokesh, Hon Secretary General.

Shreeram Patel, Hon Treasurer, informed that TAAI will soon be rolling out the registrati­on opportunit­y. This 66th Cruising Convention is designed to be numbers restricted. However, basis availabili­ty we shall accommodat­e the maximum number of members, Patel assured.

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