We are proud members of various travel and trade associations, not just here in Iceland, but also in different markets around the world. See here what we‘re involved in.
The Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA), is a national trade association representing the retail travel sector of Canada's tourism industry. ACTA is an industry-led, non profit, membership based organization.
Iceland Travel is a subsidiary to Icelandair Group, which owns and operates profitable and dynamic travel and transport companies delivering safe, reliable and convenient services. The company creates value for its customers, employees and shareholders by focusing on customer needs, efficient service delivery and unique and superior value propositions. Icelandair Group is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Iceland as ICEAIR, and has total of 12 independent subsidiaries focused on the airline and tourism sectors.
Iceland Travel is an overseas allied member of Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA). The association is sanctioned by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and based on the Travel Agency Law. JATA seeks to improve the quality of services provided to travelers to and from Japan. It contributes to the development of the travel and tourism industry through a variety of activities including disseminating information, encouraging cooperation among members, and promoting the development of businesses and legislation that will benefit the membership and the industry at large.
Signature Travel Network is a network of over 6,000 travel professionals who share one objective: to serve the unique needs of discerning travelers. Signature Travel Network is a co-operative of the travel industry's leading retail travel agencies with more than 320 office locations who serve thousands of clients from around the world.
Iceland Travel is a Supplier Member of USTOA, United States Tour Operators Association, which is a professional association representing the tour operator industry. The association is composed of companies whose tours and packages encompass the entire globe and who conduct business in the U.S.
The Icelandic Tourist Board is a non-profit organization that promotes Iceland as a choice destination for travelers from all over the world. The Iceland Tourist Board operates in a supervisory role, providing licenses to all legitimate travel and tourism companies in Iceland.
The Icelandic Travel Industry Association (SAF) is the mutual venue of Icelandic companies operating in the field of travel and tourism. SAF endeavors to advance quality, safety and professionalism among its membership. It aims to inform its membership about consumer laws and insurance regulations in all the markets from which the travelers originate.
Meet in Reykjavík is the official Convention Bureau for Reykjavík City and surroundings. They provide destination information valuable to planners in the MICE industry through FAM-trips, site inspection, exhibitions and sales calls supported by their website and digital brochures.
Ensemble Travel® Group is a member-owned organization of approximately 850 travel agencies across the U.S. and Canada. They enable members to offer their clients authentic experiences that will inspire their passion for travel.
With over 800 members ETOA, that stands for European Tour Operators Association, is the leading trade association for tour operators and suppliers with business in European destinations. These include tour and online operators, intermediaries and wholesalers; European tourist boards, hotels, attractions and other tourism suppliers. ETOA offers an unparalleled networking & contracting platform for tourism professionals organizing B2B events. In addition the organization provides advocacy support on a European level, high profile industry campaigns and B2B marketing representation opportunities; all in order to promote Europe as a number one tourism destination.
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