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ttgluxury | 29/10/2015 | View as web page | @ttgmedia

Only a few days left until WTM rolls into town and TTG Media is all set to produce the daily papers that are such an integral part of the event. At the show, we will also be making sure luxury is on the agenda, with a session on Wednesday with The Future Laboratory and many great panelists. In the mean time, there’s lots of interest around Audley and the latest updates from A&K, not to mention Shangri-La's latest dip into the VR realm, along with ttgluxury checking in with head of The Peninsula Hotels and more...


Luxury on the agenda at WTM
ttgluxury is bringing together top panelists for a trends session


Qatar Airways to open fourth UK route
The airline will launch Dreamliner services to Doha from Birmingham

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Everyone loves Audley
Three companies are said to be in the bidding for the high-end operator
Upward trend for Abercrombie & Kent
An expanded product offering to cater for a wider audience has helped the luxury travel company post improved results
Virtuoso looks to further UK expansion
European member and partner roadshows will also launch next year


Peninsula’s latest project
There are plans for Turkey opening as group heads into its 150th year
Shangri-La to use virtual reality to help agent sales
Immersive 360-degree videos will highlight resorts and experiences
Conrad gets some inspiration
The group has hired a “director of inspiration” to roll out its new Stay Inspired programme


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