The event’s senior director said WTM London 2018 was ‘the most successful ever’.
Leeds Castle, Royal Collection Trust, D-Day Museum and Kensington Palace will mark 2019 milestones.
Professor Dr Wolfgang Arlt, of China Outbound Tourism Research Institute, outlines key market trends.
easyJet chief operating officer Chris Browne hopes ‘common sense would prevail’ by the end of March 2019.
Launched in 1998 by Fiona Jeffery, the charity has now reached 1.5m people with safe water and sanitation.
Madame Tussauds will exhibit at ExCeL with moving models of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Kent Mining Museum, RAF Museum London and Blenheim Palace will be among the attractions with updates about group visits.
‘England’s Natural Wonders of the World’ trip will take place ahead of group travel show at Alexandra Palace, London, in January.
Representatives from some of the world’s leading tourism boards will be speaking at the two-day event.
Tourism Northern Ireland has partnered with iambassador to host the two-day Social Media Summit.
The event in Birmingham will be chaired by Jane Atkins, managing director at Shearings Holidays.
The Seren Collection plans to unveil Routescape at World Travel Market in London in November.
Hundreds of international buyers will meet suppliers from the UK in the Yorkshire spa town.
Group travel show reflects trends for experiential tours and multi-generational trips.
The six-day event runs until July 29 and sees professional jousters representing famous contenders from the past compete against one another in full plate armour.
Other sectors market Britain better than the UK’s travel and tourism trade, according to branding expert.
Held at Alexandra Palace, London, on January 26, Excursions will host group buyers, coach firms and tour operators.
Tourism agency says foreign visitors feel they already know what to expect from Britain so there is less urgency to visit.
Holidaymakers have an issue with the term ‘tourist’, delegates hear at the Tourism Society’s Tourism Symposium.
Delegates at the Tourism Society’s Tourism Symposium heard how the attraction is tapping into the trend for ‘experiential’ travel.