Learn. Explore. Plan.
Join us January 8 - 10, 2016 at The New York Times Travel Show for a spectacular international celebration. Gain insight on valuable travel tips at seminars hosted by experts in the field. Explore domestic and international hot spots, familiar favorites and under-the radar crowd-free escapes. Book exclusive deals to your dream destination right at the show.
Over 500 exhibitors representing 150 countries separated into 14 Pavilions will be on hand for you to speak with about booking your next dream vacation. Over 40% of the exhibitors are new for 2015, so whether you looking for a local family getaway or finally going to your bucket list destination, you will find it on the show floor.
Pavilions include: Adventure, Africa, Asia, Australia/South Pacific, Canada, Caribbean, Cruise, Europe, Latin America, Mexico, Products/Services, River Cruises, Sponsors and the USA.
Whether you are looking to go on a River Boat Cruise, or book a family vacation at a 5 star all-inclusive resort, you can now preview the exhibitors prior to the show that match your needs and print out a list of the ones that you want to speak with. There are over 40 different ways to search for exhibitors including, by destination (Asia, Europe), type of activity (Adventure, Cruise) or by type, (family vacation, Luxury, Gay).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Travel professionals (travel agents, meeting planners, hotels, airlines, consortiums, line agents, home-based agents, agency owners) across the U.S. attend on an exclusive trade only day. Travel industry professionals have access to an extensive education program, exclusive viewing of the exhibition, an international networking reception and tremendous business opportunities. The Trade Day is a forum for travel professionals to:
Discover new ideas to stay competitive
Hear from industry leaders
Network with peers
See the latest destinations and hot spots from 500+ exhibitors
Conduct and negotiate business deals
Join us at The New York Times Travel Show - the largest and longest-running trade and consumer travel show in North America.
The 2015 show welcomed a total of 28,442 travelers and industry professionals to a jam-packed three days of travel sales and education. Overall attendance was up 20 percent, making 2015 the best attended show in nearly a decade. Trade attendance throughout the three days was the highest ever with 8,281 industry professionals.
The 2015 exhibition grew again with over 130 of new exhibitors participating for the first time increasing the total number of exhibitors to 545 organizations representing over 150 different countries. Supported by more than 50 industry and media sponsors, The New York Times Travel Show is the premier Travel Show in the United States.
The New York Times Travel Show is the only event in North America specifically designed as a hybrid trade and consumer show. The show provides exhibitors with the ability to meet and do business with key leaders in the travel industry as well as consumers from one of the world’s most affluent and most sought after markets.
This is the only trade and consumer travel show in North America where BOTH trade (including speakers and media) and consumer attendees are badged.