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ITB Berlin, March 9-12 : ANT aims to establish new partnerships with German companies

By participating in ITB Berlin, the National Authority for Tourism (ANT) aims to establish new partnerships with German companies, including by setting up charter flights, as well as develop common B2B projects together with MesseStuttgart to promote Romania as a tourist destination.
Between March 9-12, Berlin becomes the world capital of tourism, where the biggest companies in the field, tourism agencies, tour-operators, airlines, hotel chains as well as tourism agencies of from all over the world gather to shape the latest trends in tourism at the Internationale Tourismus-Boerse (ITB) travel trade show.
‘During the fair, the Romanian delegation will hold important meetings with representatives of relevant authorities, with those of major German tourism companies – TUI, Neckermann, DER Tour – as well as with representatives of German media. One of the highlights is the meeting with MesseStuttgart representatives that are considering, together with Romania, via the ANT, the launch of a B2B pilot project. Likewise, we will hold talks with a German airline company that is considering to introduce new routes between Germany, Switzerland and Romania, including the possibility to introduce 1-2 charter flights to Romania,’ ANT President Anca Pavel-Nedea told AGERPRES.
Romania has been participating in the ITB Berlin with a national stand since 1970; in 2016, its extent is 400 square meters.
Over 266,930 German tourists were registered in Romania in 2015, according to data issued by the National Institute of Statistics.

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