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World Travel Awards voting opens for Middle East

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Travel industry professionals and consumers from around the world are invited to cast their votes for the organisations in the Middle East that they consider to be the very best in their fields, ahead of World Travel Awards (WTA) Middle East Gala Ceremony 2019.

Voting is now open and runs until 17th March 2019.

The winners will be unveiled at the WTA Middle East Gala Ceremony, which will take place at Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, UAE on 25th April 2019.

Organisations in the Middle East wishing to enter the 2019 WTA programme can still submit their application to participate and stand a chance to win the most prestigious accolade in travel and tourism.

Graham Cooke, Founder, WTA said: “With voting now open in our Middle East region, it is time to make your voice heard by voting for the organisations that are raising the bar of travel excellence. WTA is regarded as the highest accolade in the industry, and your vote can really make a difference.”

Nominees this year cover a broad spectrum of categories including Aviation, Tourist Attractions, Car Hire, Cruise, Destinations, Hotels & Resorts, Meetings & Events, Travel Agencies, Tour Operators and Travel Technology.

To enter your organisation in the WTA 2019 programme submit your forms here. To register your vote visit worldtravelawards.com/vote.

As part of its Grand Tour 2019, World Travel Awards is also staging ceremonies in Montego Bay (Jamaica), Madeira (Portugal), Mauritius, La Paz (Bolivia) and Phu Quoc (Vietnam). The regional winners will progress to the Grand Final 2019, which will take place in Muscat (Oman) on 28th November 2019.

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