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PATA and Travel Guard working together

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BANGKOK, Thailand – The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce Travel Guard, a Chartis company and worldwide leader in travel insurance and assistance, as a new PATA Preferred P

BANGKOK, Thailand – The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce Travel Guard, a Chartis company and worldwide leader in travel insurance and assistance, as a new PATA Preferred Partner. The partnership aims to increase opportunities to coordinate events, research, and publications.

Mr. Martin J Craigs, PATA CEO, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Travel Guard to PATA Next Gen’s connectivity. As a leader in travel insurance, Travel Guard is now joining our existing partners including IATA, comScore, Dragon Trail, SinoTech Group, and STR Global to offer a strong support network in travel research.”

Mr. Austin Marsh, Vice President Asia Pacific, Travel Guard, said: “We are pleased to become a PATA Preferred Partner and believe that Travel Guard’s global reach and high-quality services will benefit PATA’s diverse network of businesses. We look forward to actively participating in PATA events and contributing to PATA’s extensive travel research.”