MOU signed between IAAI and ETAA

Default, Featured, Travel — By on September 21, 2012 at 8:47 am

30th August 2012 shall be remembered as the golden day in the history of IAAI and ETAA.

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On 30th August 2012, IAAI has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with ETAA ( Enterprising Travel Agents Association ), in Mumbai, in the joint meeting of ETAA and IAAI members. The objective is to work as partners in Indian Travel and Tourism Trade. IAAI was represented by its President Mr. Biji Eapen and ETAA was represented by its President Mr. Karl Dantas. By virtue of this MOU, IAAI Members will be deemed to be Affiliate Members of ETAA and ETAA members will be deemed to be Affiliate Members of IAAI, without any payment of membership fees. IAAI with its 950 members at present will add up to 1250 with the 300 Affiliated Members from ETAA.

Both IAAI and ETAA shall endeavour to synergize and leverage their combined strength to build a strong and ethical travel organization so that it MOU signed between IAAI and ETAA 30th August 2012 shall be remembered as the golden day in the history of IAAI and ETAA. becomes a voice to reckon with, in the Travel Trade. Both IAAI and ETAA shall ensure fair and equitable representation of all the IATA as well as non- IATA Travel Agents in all forums so that their members derive benefit from all the policies, programs and schemes promoted by Government bodies, Trade Associations, Embassies or Airlines. While each of the Affiliates will continue to use their respective LOGOS, they shall also be entitled to use the logo of the other, with the words ‘ Affiliate’ Member. There shall also be joint meetings at chapter / state levels as well as national level and members of both Associations shall be entitled to attend the Conventions and other Programmes organized by either of the Associations. Through this partnership, it is expected to increase the present membership base of 1250 to 2000 members within the next one year. The road map is expected to be worked out shortly.

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