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ITAA new board elected at AGM

2nd June 2022 - 9:30am

ITAA new board elected at AGM

ITAA new board elected at AGM



The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) held their Annual General Meeting at Dublin’s Buswells Hotel last week. It was confirmed that Paul Hackett (Managing Director Click&Go) has officially been re-elected as President of the Irish Travel Agents Association.


Other appointments to the ITAA board were Vice-President - Clare Dunne (Travel Broker), Treasurer - Des Abbott (Des Abbott Travel). Board members elected were: Martin Skelly (Navan Travel); Peter Brazil (Limerick Travel); Val Metcalfe; Sara Zimmerman (Travel Department); Angela Walsh (FROSCH CTM); Emma McHugh (Atlantic Travel) and Alan Lynch (Travel Escapes).


Speaking at the AGM, Paul Hackett said “The travel industry is a strong, resilient, professional group of mainly family and privately owned businesses in every county of the State and it is a privilege to work alongside the board and members of the Association”.


He continued, “We have survived the Pandemic and are enjoying doing what we do best and what our customers want, which is to plan and arrange travel for business and pleasure. My advice to consumers making travel plans is to book with a member of the Irish Travel Agents Association where you are guaranteed great service, advice and value and total security”.


Pat Dawson (CEO ITAA) stated, “In the past few years, the travel industry and our member travel agents have faced many hardships due to COVID-19 and have shown incredible resiliency. I am thrilled that we can finally gather together again, in-person, at this years’ AGM. After 10 years of working with the ITAA, I am proud of that work that we have done and will continue to do to enhance and support the travel industry”.


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ITAA new board elected at AGM
ITAA new board elected at AGM

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