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It’s time for many of us to wrap things up for 2017, and this is the last ttgluxury newsletter of the year. But things haven’t slowed down on the news front this week, with the announcement of a second Mandarin Oriental for London and a very slick new ship from Ponant, as well as Emirates’ plans to start a service from Stansted to Dubai.

I don’t know about you, but with the world in constant flux and access to 24-hour global news it feels as if 2017 has flown by in the blink of an eye. It can all feel a little bit exhausting at times, so I hope you get some time to switch (everything) off over the next week or so, and enjoy a very Happy Christmas. From all of us at ttgluxury, wishing you health, happiness and prosperity in 2018.

And hoping we see you at THE first luxury event of the year, the ttgluxury Travel Awards.

April Hutchinson
Editor, ttgluxury

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