7 FEBRUARY 2011

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Article from BTNews 7 FEBRUARY 2011

The Business Travel & Meetings Show opens its doors tomorrow (Tuesday 8 February) at London’s Earls Court 2.  With 200 world-class suppliers the event is expected to attract more than 6,000 travel buyers and organisers who will be able to take part in as many of the 26 conference sessions as is practical and enjoy unrivalled networking opportunities.

Exhibitors include Air New Zealand, Alitalia, American Express, Advanced Payment Solutions, Barclaycard Commercial, Best Western Hotels, Carey Worldwide, Capita Business Travel, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Cityjet, Click Travel, Concur Technologies, Disneyland Paris Business, East Coast Main Line Company, Egencia, Egyptair, Ethiopian Airlines, Finnair, First Capital Connect, Flybe, Get There, Gulf Air, Heathrow Express, HRG, Japan Airlines, Kenya Airways, London City Airport, Millennium Hotels, Premier Inn, Priority Pass, Sabre Travel Network, The Serviced Apartment Company, Turkish Airlines, Uniglobe Travel, VATit and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

A most interesting first time exhibitor is easyJet, an indication of the notice that that budget airlines are now taking in this part of the air travel market.  easyJet are expected to participate in the conference programme

The show is open Tuesday 8 February 09:30 – 17:30 and Wednesday 9 February 09:30 – 17:00.  West Brompton is the recommended Underground and Overground station although Earls Court Underground is only a five minute walk. www.businesstravelshow.com

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