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Clear for takeoff? Party planes to NTIA 2023 on the agenda

It's the industry’s party of parties. But could this year's National Travel Industry Awards (NTIA) be extended to the skies?

It’s the industry’s party of parties. But could this year’s National Travel Industry Awards (NTIA) be extended to the skies?

2023’s NTIA is just six months away and back in Melbourne after two decades away. And while the folk at AFTA are planning menus and entertainment, also on the agenda are party planes.

To streamline attendance for guests, AFTA is looking to organise co-ordinated flights subject to demand from each capital city. So, they want to get a gauge your interest. 

All you need to do is answer a few questions to help them plan: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DG927LK

“We are determined that this year’s NTIAs will be unforgettable,” AFTA CEO Dean Long said.

“And, following member feedback, we’re looking at some new additions to the celebrations including a pre-NTIA event and dedicated NTIA flights.”

“Our NTIA Custodians and the AFTA team are already on the case and pulling out all the stops to make this year’s NTIA the best celebration yet of our diverse membership and all those who support Australia’s Travel Sector.”

You can find out who the NTIA Custodians are here.

The Palladium at Crown Melbourne will host this year’s Awards on 18 November.

Read all about last year’s Awards here.

To find out more, visit afta.com.au.