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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...

Made Television to broadcast the 2017 British Travel Awards Gala Night

27 November 2017: The 2017 British Travel AwardsGala Night takes place on Wednesday 29th November and highlights of the event will be aired on Made Television Friday 1st December at 8pm in a dedicated one hour special programme. More...

#voteBTA17 Leaderboard 30.07.17

We are four weeks into polling for the British Travel Awards 2017. Our leaderboard shows the number of votes cast in the various award sectors up to midnight on Sunday 30 July.

31 July 2017: There are nine weeks remaining until voting closes on 30 September 2017. These pages will be updated during week commencing 28 August and no further information will be available until the results are announced at the gala awards night on 29 November 2017. More...

Important reminder to all nominees

Just three weeks into the awards and already over 80 IP addresses have been flagged recording an unusual number of multiple entries.

19 July 2017: Whilst there are probably legitimate reasons for many ot these, nominees should be aware that the identified IP addresses will be subject to additional scrutinity when voting closes 30th September 2017. Where conspicuous abuse is evident companies will be disqualified. For lesser infringements, votes that cannot be substantiated by the company will be excluded from the final total. More...

British Travel Awards 2017 Press Campaign

10 July 2017: Our media partners at Trinity Mirror have started their promotion of this year's awards with editorial features and columns in their five national newspaper titles. Coverage of the awards will continue throughout the 13 weeks voting cycle, together with content on their companion websites and social media platforms. More...

#voteBTA17 lobbying restrictions

13 June 2017: Voting assets have now been emailed to all #voteBTA17 nominees, so now is an opportune time to remind this year's contenders of the rules regarding how you lobby customers for votes. More...

New: LGBT Awards sponsored by Made TV

06 June 2017: This year The British Travel Awards, in partnership with TV media partners, Made Television, are introducing a new category within the holiday company sector - The Best LGBT Holiday Company - and entry into this category will be free for 2017. More...

#voteBTA17 Nominations closed

What happens next

01 June 2017: Nominations for the British Travel Awards 2017 closed at midnight 31st May. Enterprises can still register online for listing on the consumer voting form but each successful application will be subject to an extra £30 + VAT late entry fee to cover the cost of re-validating the voting database. 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...

British Travel Awards 2016 Voting Results

05 April 2017: For the first time the British Travel Awards is publishing the number of votes cast in the 2016 awards for the top three companies in each category and size. Companies that consider applying for listing on this year’s consumer voting form can now make informed decisions on which categories to enter. And, determine the level of customer engagement required to walk away with a BTA trophy on 29th November 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...

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