New York Times Travel Show Opens Ticket Sales

by Daniel McCarthy


The New York Times Travel Show has opened registration for its 2019 edition.

The show, which is the largest and longest-running travel trade show in North America, kicks off on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 and runs through Sunday, Jan. 27. The first day of the show is reserved exclusively for travel professionals and media members.

This year’s show will feature more than 61 exhibitors—35 percent of which are new to the trade show.

Tickets are available here.

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