Irish Travel Trade Shows to host over 100 International exhibitors

Registration Now to attend Ireland’s largest Travel Trade Shows in Cork and Dublin

The Official Irish Travel Trade Shows will take place on Wednesday 17th April in the Imperial Hotel Cork Registration sponsored by Cork Airport with the Dublin show on Thursday 18th April in the InterContinental Dublin Hotel Registration sponsored by Dublin Airport.


Free registration for the eighth official trade show of the Irish Travel Agents Association is now open to all licensed travel agents and tour operators, their staff and media. With over 100 exhibitors, visitor & exhibitor buffet dinner and after show networking event, the shows offer the travel trade two exciting days filled with all things travel. This year a new app will be launched for visitors to book appointments with exhibitors. This will assist with networking and provide more opportunities to connect.


The Irish Travel Trade Shows encourage in person networking between travel agents, tour operators and travel brands helping to maintain and build upon professional relationships within the trade. Exhibitors include airlines, National and Regional Tourist Organisations, Bedbanks, Car Hire and Rail companies, Ocean and River Cruise companies, Technology companies, Theme and Leisure Parks, Ferry companies, International Hotels and Travel Insurance companies.


Each trade show is open to visitors from 5pm to 7.30pm and all staff from licensed Tour Operators or Travel Agents are invited to attend the After Show Networking Event. The Irish Travel Trade Show Dublin’s After Show Networking Event is in partnership with Delta Air Lines, Air France-KLM and Great Lakes USA. Delta is celebrating the launch of their new route from Dublin to Minneapolis-Saint Paul route this Spring. The Irish Travel Trade Show Cork’s After Show Networking Event is in partnership with Shannon Airport.


Clare Dunne, CEO of the ITAA commented, “The benefits for meeting your suppliers face to face should not be overlooked. Getting to meet someone in person who you may be dealing with on a daily basis is very enriching to your professional relationship. There is also an opportunity to find new suppliers to better your business. The Irish Travel Trade Shows should not be missed as there is no other chance to meet this many travel brands who are willing to connect in one day under one roof.”


Maria Hourican, CEO of Business Exhibitions and Organiser of the Irish Travel Trade Shows, said, “We are so aware of how beneficial the Irish Travel Trade Show are to all in the industry from CEOs to counter staff. We have seen year after year new partnerships develop, new business opportunities gained. To assist in progressing this further, we have an exciting new development available. A new App offering visitors the opportunity to make appointments with exhibitors.”


Registration to attend The Official Irish Travel Trade Show is FREE and open to all licensed travel agents and tour operators. To register your attendance and to find out more information visit:


The Irish Travel Trade Shows are organised on behalf of the ITAA, by Business Exhibitions Ltd. The Irish Travel Trade Show Dublin is supported by Dublin Airport and The Irish Travel Trade Show Cork is supported by Cork Airport.