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SEMINARS Ministers’ Programme


How to bridge the gap between tourism and aviation policies


As part of World Travel Market’s Ministers’ Programme, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) works in partnership with WTM to host the UNWTO & WTM Ministers’ Summit in London. WTM and UNWTO bring together tourism ministers and leading tourism experts to determine the best course of action for the industry.


Where? WTM Stage Platinum Suite 3 & 4, Level 3, ExCeL London


When? Tuesday 5 November, 11.00-13.00


Provisional Programme 10.00 – 10.45 Registration


11.00 – 11.20 Opening remarks, Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General, World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) 11.20 – 12.45 Moderator – Charles Hodson, CNN


The 2013 edition of the UNWTO/WTM Ministers’ Summit will address the following issues:


• Bringing air transport and tourism policies closer together – what does it take?


• Opportunities and challenges facing air transport development – infrastructure, taxes and levies, visa facilitation and regulation. • Success factors and remaining obstacles.


12.50 – 13.00 Closing remarks


WTM Ministerial Dinner in association with UNWTO Tuesday 5 November, 19.00 – 22.30


Venue – The Cutty Sark Greenwich, London


By invitation only – this exclusive evening, now in its fifth year, will host tourism ministers and senior aides from around the world at the famous Cutty Sark. Editors from global leading travel trade publications will also be present at this year’s prestigious event.


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