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or more than two decades, the Agent Achievement Awards have represented the pinnacle of excellence for the cream of the


UK travel agent community. And this year, the AAAs are set to be the biggest ever, as the travel trade gathers in London to honour the best agents and agencies on the high street, online, in call centres or based from home. After last year’s spectacular ceremony, attended by


more than 850 guests, the AAAs will return to the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel on Thursday, July 12. And organisers are expecting another sell-out event. Lucy Huxley, editor-in-chief of Travel Weekly Group, said: “Fresh from honouring the best suppliers at the


Globe Travel Awards, we now turn our attention to our core readers, the travel agents and agencies who continue to thrive in an ever-evolving industry. “The Travel Weekly Agent Achievement Awards is an absolute highlight of the industry calendar, as we reward both established companies and individuals, and recognise the stars of the future.” She added: “The continued support of our supplier


partners and the fantastic entries we receive each year for the self-nominated categories are testament to the value placed on these incredible awards.” The 2018 Agent Achievement Awards will once again be divided into categories nominated and voted for by suppliers, and those that require self-nomination.


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