NTIA 2022 set to be bigger and better than ever!

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NTIA is back and its set to be bigger and better than ever, celebrating excellence and partnering with the best.

The highly anticipated return of the National Travel Industry Awards Night will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney on 15th October and AFTA is thrilled to announce Singapore Airlines as the major sponsor for the event this year.

The focus will be a celebration of what the Australian travel sector has overcome over the past two years and what our businesses and people now represent.

Quotes from Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) CEO Dean Long (who is available for interview)

“AFTA is thrilled to be hosting NTIA again this year and welcoming Singapore Airlines as our major sponsor.”

“Following the tumultuous past two years due to COVID-19, it’s so important we come together to celebrate and acknowledge the innovation, determination and resilience of our people and our sector.”

“We thank Singapore Airlines for their incredible support and we look forward to seeing everyone at ICC in October for a much deserved celebration and fresh approach to NTIA. Stay tuned in coming months for more exciting updates.”

Quotes from Singapore Airlines General Manager Agency Sales Greg McJarrow (who is available for interview)

“Singapore Airlines is delighted to be the major sponsor for AFTA’S 2022 National Travel Industry Awards.”

“The challenges of the past two years have been unfathomable, and to have the opportunity to support AFTA with the return of NTIA was an easy decision and is something we are incredibly proud to be able to do.”

“As the industry continues on the long path of recovery, it is exciting to be able to come together and celebrate the resilience of the Australian travel industry.”

“Just as we have done for the past 55 years, Singapore Airlines stands with the travel trade as we navigate the path of recovery, having worked hand-in-hand over the past two years to ensure Australians were able to remain connected to loved ones.”

“We look forward with excitement to 15 October and thank AFTA for the opportunity to be a part of what will be a fantastic celebration of our industry’s resilience and determination.”

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