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THIS WEEK’S BEST PICTURES FROM THE FRONTLINE OF TRAVEL


1. Specialist operator Cyplon Holidays treated 10 top-selling agents to a fam trip in Cyprus supported by Blue Air. Agents, hosted by Faye Anderson and Louis McDonagh, visited the Four Seasons and Parklane hotels in Limassol, the Amavi in Paphos and Olympic Lagoon properties in Paphos and Ayia Napa. 2. Long-serving Freedom Travel Group members were treated to a sailing from Portsmouth to Tilbury on Cruise &


Maritime Voyages ship Marco Polo. Agents, pictured enjoying one of the ship’s hot tubs, had cocktails, afternoon tea and a five-course meal. 3. A-Rosa River Cruises’ Simon McDermott is pictured with Sue Wall, manager of Cresta World Travel in Altrincham. McDermott was visiting agents to encourage them to complete the river cruise line’s new online training course. 4. Tui opened its first concession last week in side a branch of Next in Sheffield. Staff are pictured celebrating the launch of the store, which was relocated to the Yorkshire city’s shopping street The Moor from its previous home in Pinstone Street.


Q Have you got a photo of agents at work or play? Send your best-resolution pictures, with captions, to harry.kemble@travelweekly.co.uk


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