Published on Thursday, June 25, 2020

TTNG to buy Global Travel Group

Dnata Travel is to sell its Global Travel Group consortium to The Travel Network Group.


TTNG said Global will remain as a separate proposition alongside its other brands Travel Trust Association (TTA), Worldchoice and Independent Travel Experts (ITE).

More than 200 Global members will become part of TTNG in addition to the existing network of more than 1,000 members including retail and homeworking travel agencies.

TTNG chief executive Gary Lewis said: "Our longstanding partnership with dnata and Gold Medal is one of the key reasons why we have put together this proposition. One of our core strategies as a Group is to have scale in the market and be relevant, to ensure we can inspire, grow and protect our individual travel members."

dnata Travel Group chief executive John Bevan added: "As part of the proposed organisational changes that we've started to consult with our team on, it seemed appropriate that we gave strategic direction for the Global Travel Group to be supported by owners whose focus is solely around their membership proposition.

"We're confident that the many friends we have within Global will continue to thrive with The Travel Network Group and we wish them the very best wishes for the future."

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