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29 November 2017


Press Releases

Travel Vision Survey 2019 Published

18 December 2018: The results of the 2018 TravelVision survey, predicting the future travel booking behaviour of the holidaymaker, have been published providing a valuable insight into 2019 holiday and leisure intentions.More...


2018 British Travel Awards' Winners Revealed

London, 28 November 2018:  The winners of the 2018 British Travel Awards have been revealed by TV presenter Miles Jupp, at an ‘Around the World in Eighty Days’ themed Gala event held in London and attended by the travel industry’s movers and shakers. More...

2017 British Travel Awards' Winners Revealed

London 29 November 2017: The winners of the 2017 British Travel Awards (BTAs) have been revealed.  TV impressionist and comedian Jon Culshaw took to the stage to make the announcements at a Winter Wonderland themed Gala dinner, held in London and attended by almost a thousand travel industry people. More...

Final Push for Votes

BTA consumer votiing closes 30th September


12 September 2017: Consumer voting in the 2017 British Travel Awards will close on 30th September, meaning companies nominated for an award have just a few more weeks to lobby for consumer votes. More...

Made TV to sponsor LGBT awards at BTAs

06 June 2017: BritishTravel Awards (BTAs) broadcast partner Made Television is to sponsor the introduction of LGBT Awards for this year’s event.  Specialist LGBT holiday companies and also mainstream tour operators with a strong LGBT product, will be invited to register by 20th June, for the ‘Best LGBT Travel Company’ award. More...

Deadline for BTA registration days away

22 May 2017: Travel companies have only until 31st May to register to be included in the 2017 British Travel Awards (BTAs). Registration takes just a few minutes and because the winners are determined solely by votes cast by the travelling public there are no submissions to write, judges to impress or nerve wracking interviews. More...

Airline awards re-introduced at BTAs

11 May 2017:  Airline awards have been re-introduced in the 2017 British Travel Awards (BTAs), with a choice of three award categories - Best European Airline, Best Transatlantic Airline and Best Eastbound Longhaul Airline. Airlines can register to be included as a nominee on the consumer facing voting form, with no charge until 31 May. More...

Nominations now open for 2017 BTAs

Introducing Airline Categories


03 April 2017: Nominations for the British Travel Awards 2017 have opened and travel companies can now apply for listing on the 2017 consumer voting form.  This year airline categories are being re-introduced, so voters will be able to vote across a complete range of travel services. More...

2016 BTA Winners Revealed!

London 23 November 2016: THE WINNERS of the 2016 British Travel Awards (BTAs) have been revealed. Former England rugby union player, turned actor and TV presenter, 6 ft 10 Martin Bayfield took the stage to make the announcements at a Carnivale themed Gala dinner held in London. More...

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