Luxury Travel Exchange to Feature Top Luxury Travel Companies

ltx internationalNEW YORK (Sept. 18, 2014) ─ Questex Hospitality + Travel today previewed some of the world’s foremost luxury travel suppliers and sponsors that are scheduled to participate in its 2014 Luxury Travel Exchange International (LTX), to be held Dec. 9-11 at The Palazzo in Las Vegas.

Suppliers will include Abercrombie & Kent, International Expeditions, Baha Mar, Dubai Tourism, Emirates Vacations, The Inn at Little Washington, Playa Hotels & Resorts, Mediterra, Port & Channel, Buffalo Tours, Cruise Copenhagen Network, Tourism Australia and Sunset Key Guest Cottages, A Westin Resort.

Sponsors include AMResorts, Japan National Tourism Organization, India Tourism, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, The Puerto Rico Tourism Company, Down Under Answers and Sud de France Languedoc-Roussillon.

LTX brings prequalified, top-producing advisors of luxury and premium niche travel together with leading suppliers for three days of interactive networking, accredited educational programming and intimate appointment options. The successful 2013 program hosted more than 5,000 one-to-one meetings among 1,000 professional travel advisors and luxury travel suppliers.

“Our goal is to provide travel advisors direct access and quality time with some of the world’s top suppliers,” said Jill Birkett, LTX event director for Questex Hospitality + Travel. “We have an exceptional program planned this year featuring learning and earning opportunities and a host of new luxury suppliers,  including, at this point,  almost 100 suppliers who did not participate last year. Bringing new global suppliers to our audience of luxury travel advisors helps those advisors be more efficient with their time so they can explore the details of so many different destinations, hotels and services.”

The event offers a traditional trade show and intimate meetings on its signature Exchange floor. The 2014 format will include eight-minute, mutually requested, one-to-one appointments to allow participants time to conduct business and discover how they can best fit each other’s needs. Additionally, open trade show floor hours will provide meeting opportunities for advisors and suppliers who were not scheduled to meet one another.

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