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Out today - ttgluxury Spring | New Forum speakers announced | More flights for Mauritius

ttgluxury Spring 2017 edition out now
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30 March 2017

Hi Blue, here's the latest from ttgluxury

Spring is definitely in the air, and so is our Spring issue of ttgluxury. Inside, there’s a round-up of what’s new in the Caribbean, as well as features on some more up and coming destinations too, such as Cambodia and Myanmar, where five luxury agents ventured for our latest ttgluxury Experience. There’s also the first of a new series of TrendWatching columns, outlining what’s happening in the world of consumer trends, and we go “on location” with Classic Travel. Elsewhere in the world – expect more flights to Mauritius with British Airways and sailings in Alaska and Canada for the first time from Azamara.

ttgluxury Spring 2017

ttgluxury Spring 2017

Caribbean bookings are on the rise despite problems with the dollar exchange rate and thanks partly to promotion of activities other than the conventional beach-lounging.



April Hutchinson
editor, ttgluxury

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