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We have been working very hard behind the scenes to ensure we bring you a fantastic line-up of speakers for our eighth annual ttgluxury Seminar in a month's time, as we know the world of luxury travel is ever changing. We hope our speakers and panelists will be able to offer some context, insider views and tips on how they see the market developing. As many of you will know, the TTG team had also been working even harder on the TTG Travel Awards and I was thrilled to be able to visit the chief executive of one of the winners in the Maldives this week as this brand continues to innovate with its latest project. Keep an eye out for all the details of the new resort next week...

April Hutchinson
editor, ttgluxury
Stunning speaker line-up announced for ttgluxury Seminar

BA to launch enhanced premium experience at T5

Ramping up the ratings for glamping

Sani Resort to open new hotel in Halkidiki

Tui launches sale of specialist division Travelopia

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ttgluxury Autumn 2016

Read ttgluxury Autumn 2016

The autumn issue of ttgluxury is out now - featuring our in-depth cruise analysis, the latest trends in winter sun, top safari recommendations, where to stay in Melbourne, the best of Las Vegas, and On Location with Oasis Travel in Northern Ireland.

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