How we represent our member interests on the international tourism stage
ATTA represents its members and their tourism interests at the highest levels, in a continuing dialogue with many tourism ministries, tourist authorities and associations across the African continent, Indian Ocean Islands and beyond. The ATTA® President and Chairman represents the African tourism industry on many international committees and councils including World Travel Market, PURE, The United Nations Tourism Emergency Response Network, the UK Foreign Office Tourism Advisory Council and the Madrid based United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO).
Crisis Management: ATTA® in times of Crisis
ATTA plays a leading role linking member to media in the event of accidents or emergencies involving tourists in Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands. The national and regional news media consistently contact ATTA for information on breaking news items affecting tourists in the region. Working with the tour operator, ground operator and product supplier in Africa or the Indian Ocean, and the national tourist board where possible, ATTA acts in a central role, briefing the news media on behalf of ATTA members, whilst accumulating and disseminating information so that all parties are reliably informed.