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Doreen Leaves ABTA's Board of Directors

Northern Ireland has lost its influential voice on ABTA, The Travel Organisation's Board of Directors after 17 years.

Belfast's Doreen McKenzie, former owner of Knock Travel, has stepped down from the Board of Directors following ABTA's Annual General Meeting at the end of June.

Doreen, who has been on the Board of ABTA for three terms spanning 17 years since 2000, has had to step down from the Board following the sale of Knock Travel recently under ABTA rules. Knock was taken over a couple of months ago by Oasis Travel.

“I have also had to resign the chairmanship of a number of other ABTA committees, including the influential Aviation Committee, because of my change in circumstances, but I will still be on the committees as a member, and will be in London as often as before.

“There are a number of very important issues of regulation and of course Brexit coming up soon and there is a lot of work to be done at ABTA," said Doreen.

Doreen is still a member of ABTA Agents Fund Committee, ABTA's Membership Committee, and the organisation's Education & Skills Committee.


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