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Cormac Meehan Re-Elected as ITAA President

Cormac Meehan of Meehan Travel, Bundoran, Co Donegal, was re-elected President of the Irish Travel Agents Association at the Association’s AGM, which took place as part of the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show in Dublin.

Des Abbott, Des Abbott Travel, Dublin, was also re-elected as Treasurer.

Other appointments to the board were:

  • Paul Hackett, Click&Go, Dublin
  • Des Manning, Manning Travel, Kilkenny
  • Pearse Keller, Keller Travel, Ballinasloe, Co Galway
  • Ben Greene, Arrow Tours, Drogheda, Co Louth
  • Clare Dunne, The Travel Broker, Clontarf, Dublin
  • Valerie Metcalfe, FCm Travel Solutions, Dublin
  • Angela Walsh, Corporate Travel Management, Cork
  • Joe Tully, Tully’s Travel, Carlow
  • Martin Skelly, Navan Travel, Navan, Co Meath
  • Mark Clifford, O’Hanrahan Travel, MonaghanIMG_2290Cormac Meehan, Meehan Travel, Bundoran, Co Donegal, was re-elected President of the Irish Travel Agents Association at the Association’s AGM, which took place as part of the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show in Dublin

Speaking at the AGM, Cormac Meehan, said: “It is an honour to be returned for a second term as President of the ITAA. In 2016 we faced many challenges, including the collapse of a major bed bank company, uncertainty in the implementation and direction of the EU Package Travel Directive (EPTD), and results of the Brexit Referendum. However, in the midst of all these challenges the travel sector has become more robust. Our volume and value of market share has increased and our range of product offering has become more diverse to cater for the evolving needs and tastes of our customers.

“In my second term as President, I aim to build upon progress made in recent years and grow ITAA membership. It is also important that the ITAA continues to engage with Regulators, Government Departments and the relevant cabinet members to overcome the future challenges faced by the travel industry.”

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