European tourism association

ETOA is the trade association for tour operators and suppliers in European destinations, from global brands to local independent businesses. Over 1100 members deliver more than €12bn of business annually within Europe and include tour and online operators, intermediaries and wholesalers, European tourist boards, hotels, attractions, technology companies and other tourism and business service providers.

ETOA’s purpose is to shape the future for tourism in Europe by connecting, supporting and informing our membership.

Connecting

With a fast expanding worldwide network of over 1100 companies, ETOA is connecting the global travel trade by delivering a calendar of high profile B2B events

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Supporting

Based in London and Brussels, ETOA supports its membership in having a voice on policy issues by improving chances that regulatory reform is properly informed

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Informing

Organising specialist seminars and webinars and conducting research, ETOA is informing its members of new trends, insights, regulations and changes

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Please be aware that ETOA is an Association whose primary purpose is to campaign for a better regulatory environment. It also provides an information and contact network between its members. ETOA is not a bonding Association. In no way does membership of the Association imply that a member is solvent, or that the services they supply are of a particular standard. Consumers seeking these reassurances should look elsewhere.