A day to remember at travel fair for Balearics

The Bulletin's World Travel Market supplement was well received in London yesterday by both the British media and the travel industry. Copies of the 40 page extra were available from the Balearic stand at the fair and were also given out to the British media who attended the press conference by Balearic Tourism Minister, Celesti Alomar, and Promotion Director Tiffany Blackman. Copies of the supplement were also available from the Association of British Travel Agent's stand. ABTA will be holding their annual convention in Majorca next October. The Director of Corporate Affairs of the Association, Keith Betton, penned an article in the supplement on bird watching in Majorca. This was the first time that the Bulletin had produced a special edition for the fair, but judging by its success yesterday, it won't be the last. It was a day of celebration for the Balearic delegation at the London fair yesterday and the Bulletin was there to join in on the celebrations. All in all a good day all round.

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