The 27th PTAA Travel and Tour Expo 2020 is slated at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia (MOA), Pasay City on February 7-9, 2020. Organized by the Philippine Travel Agencies Association (PTAA), this year’s edition is dubbed: “More > Real.”
The Hon. Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat of the Department of Tourism is invited to deliver the keynote address.
To be participated in by more than 300 exhibitors from the travel agency and tourism enterprise industry, there will be over 900 booths, and some 30 participating countries expected to showcase travel and tour deals up to 70% discounts on cruise lines, hotels, theme parks, and airline fares. Packages offered apply to solo and group travel.
Being the largest annual gathering on travel and tours—domestic or international—the three-day expo expects to welcome more than 100,000 guests. This aims for travel agencies and tour operators to give more value to travel buffs, more savings through affordable limited-time deals, and “out-of-this-world” promotions.
Corporate travelers will also participate in the 5th International Travel Trade Expo 2020. This event is exclusive to registered trade buyers and sellers, happening on February 2-4, 2020.
This is also an opportunity for travel and tour agencies to share cost-effective experiences with the assistance and guidance of their seasoned travel advisors.
“This is the best year to travel, given the long weekends published. International travel has also become affordable thus we expect, not only millennials, but also professionals to be active tourists,” said PTAA President Ritchie Tuaño. “C’mon, fly with us!” he added.
Some of the main sponsors of the event are: Citibank, Turkish Airlines, Tourism Promotions Board-Department of Tourism, Tourism Malaysia, and PLDT.
Encouraged to attend are: travel and tourism trade practitioners, corporate and business travelers, holiday travelers, incentive and convention planners, government and business leaders, direct buyers, and investors.
General admission fee is at PhP 70.00 (including children and students); PhP 50.00 for senior citizens.