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Advantage Travel Partnership




50+ employees


£1 million+

 Company Overview

Our official claim to fame is that we are UK’s largest independent travel agent group.  That’s both in size and in turnover.  How?  Well, because we have a massive 350 members across the UK, and as a collective our members produce over £3bn of travel sales each year.

We’re also diverse!  Our members are both leisure and business travel agencies, both big and small companies and range through all types of travel experts.

As a team we’re a surprisingly small team of 65, and like the group, we’re diverse.

We range in age from work experience school students to people with over 40 years’ experience.  We’re from all over the world and speak many languages.  We have many interests ranging from sport to food, reading to writing, and socialising to going on retreats…

Obviously our main personal interests involves travelling.  And on top of that we’re all super passionate about working in travel.  Travel is both about having a great time in a country/city you don’t live in without it costing you the earth, and also and also creating memories for everyone.

We work closely with our members to provide them with the tools to offer their customers the most inspirational, yet affordable, range of travel product – and all with the full financial protection you would expect of an organisation of our size.


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Advantage Travel Partnership
21 Provost Street
N1 7NH

T: 020 7324 3930


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Hays Travel buys Holiday Travel and Booking Agency
Travel Weekly UK
The newly-acquired Yorkshire agency , part of the Advantage Travel Partnership and set up in 1974, will be rebranded as Hays Travel next month. All 11 staff will join Hays, including its two owners, both company directors. The agency sells mainly ...

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Card fee ban will hike holiday costs
Travel Weekly UK
Advantage Travel Partnership managing director Julia Lo Bue‑Said described the ban as “a real blow”. Agents currently can charge up to 2% for credit card use, or £14 on a £700 booking. Lo Bue-Said said: “When you're a retailer you've no way of ...


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