As we start to near the end of summer - and a difficult few months - the travel industry feels like a more optimistic place than it has done for a good while.
Next month, many of us will meet up in Marrakech for the first overseas Travel Convention since Tokyo. Few of us could have predicted then, where we would be in 2022. But, ABTA Members have faced these unheralded challenges admirably. The Convention promises to be a real opportunity to learn more in this new era, and the conference theme Travel's New Landscape seems very apt. We hope to see you there.
In this issue, we take a look at November's World Cup in Qatar and run through many of the most topical questions we've heard, and take a look at some alternative winter holiday options for adrenaline junkies. Later on in the magazine, we outline ABTA's new events programme for 2022-23.
As many of you will be aware, this is the final issue of ABTA Magazine. We hope you have enjoyed reading it and that it has proved useful. We would also like to thank all of the hugely talented people who have helped us put the magazine together over the years. We couldn't have done it without you.