Jet2holidays has announced more details around its VIP travel agent conference for 2017, which will whisk 240 independent travel agents to two conferences at the five-star Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife in November and December.

The details of the conference were revealed last week by Alan Cross (pictured), the company’s head of trade, at a series of special launch events in Newcastle, Manchester and London.

Both conference events will provide top performing and high potential agency partners with an opportunity to learn more about the package holiday specialist’s vision for the future from its CEO, Steve Heapy, alongside interactive sessions on how to promote and sell package holidays. The conferences will also highlight the opportunities that Jet2Villas gives independent travel agents, with hundreds of villas now on sale for the first time.

There will also be presentations, supplier showcases, a gala dinner and a breakfast pool party, with the second conference featuring an awards ceremony recognising the most successful agents of the past 12 months. #

Cross commented: “Jet2holidays continues to enjoy fantastic support and sales from independent travel agents, which shows that our approach to working in partnership with them is the right one. This special VIP conference is a way of saying thanks to our best performing agents, as well as those who are committed to our partnership approach, and I’m looking forward to a very productive and enjoyable event. Partnerships with independent travel agents are an absolutely critical part of our business and these special VIP conferences at the amazing Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife will celebrate and strengthen them.”

The first conference will take place from November 27 - 29 with the second conference taking place from November 30 to December 2. Delegates will be flown to Tenerife on one of the company’s new Boeing 737-800 aircraft from Manchester Airport and stay on the beachfront in Playa Paraiso, at Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife, part of the Palladium Hotel Group.

For more information go to

twn Are you sure that you want to switch to desktop version?