7 hours at the business travel show

Williamson, Emily
January 2005
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;1/28/2005, Issue 1754, p52
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Business Travel Show. Plan time carefully at the Business Travel Show and instead of just leaving with tired feet, you could have seen the industry's latest innovations, heard the hot topics debated, munched way through chocolates, drunk champagne and won a holiday. The airlines are aiming to impress agents at this year's show. Malaysia Airlines will unveil its new business-class seats and there's a chance to win a pair of return business-class tickets to Penang, Langkawi or Kuala Lumpur


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