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Exeter's Italy operator is a winner

Thursday 08 November 2012

Exeter Airport's specialist tour operator, Newmarket Holidays, have picked up the ‘Best Tour Operator to  Italy’ accolade at this week's British Travel Awards in London.
Speaking immediately after the award Newmarket’s Andy Jones, Air Product Director who has overseen the company’s holiday programme throughout the Mediterranean for the past 15 years, said he was delighted that the work of the team at Newmarket and especially ‘on the ground’ in Italy had been rewarded in such a way.

“Our staff and agents in Italy can feel justly proud of this achievement, which is well deserved”, said Mr Jones. “It is especially gratifying to know that this award was voted for by the travelling public, who have shown their support and appreciation for our holidays over many years.”

The BTA award comes as Newmarket – whose Italian range includes resort-based stays and escorted tours throughout the Italian peninsular – looks towards yet more celebrations marking the company’s 30th Anniversary in 2013.

Newmarket employs nearly 200 staff and offers a range of holidays to a vast selection of destinations.

The Italian programme from Exeter operates to four airports with 16 different holidays.

GENOA  The French Riviera / Lake Maggiore & The Matterhorn / Portofino, Florence & Tuscany / Splendida Four-Star Mediterranean Fly Cruise / Nice, Monte Carlo & Provence

NAPLES The Beautiful Amalfi CoastCapri, Pompeii and Amalfi Coast / Classic Italy Tour / Sorrento & the Bay of Naples

SICILY Sicily Holiday

VERONA Austrian Tyrol & Lake Garda / Seven Cities of Italy Tour / Italian Lakes / Venice, Verona & Lake Garda / Lake Garda

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