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Wendy Wu Tours Arrives in Ireland

Wendy Wu Tours Arrives in Ireland

Wendy Wu Tours, which offers group and private travel throughout Asia, is launching in Ireland from 1st January 2015. The specialist UK-based tour operator, which has over 20 years of experience, believes it has identified a gap in the Irish market for operators and agents facilitating travel to Asia and has ambitious plans to open up travel to the east from Ireland.Etihad Airways - Daily Flights To Phuket Commence - Photo

 

From early January 2015 the new website, www.wendywutours.ie, will be accessible and brochures for the Irish market will be available, with departures from Ireland. The new brochure will be a combination of Wendy Wu Tours’ China and South East Asia products.

John Booty

John Booty, Business Development Manager, Wendy Wu Tours

John Booty has been employed as Business Development Manager to drive awareness of Wendy Wu Tours among the Irish travel trade and manage the operator’s expansion into Ireland. John has 30 years of experience in the travel industry, with past roles including Sales and Marketing Manager at Ryanair, Sales Director at Tourico Holidays, and, most recently, Global Sales Manager at Innstant Travel with his close friend Darryl Ismail.

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