The Managing Committee of the Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) recommended to extend the term of the current team till September 2022.
The Committee of the on behalf of the members has proposed to extend the term of the existing office officers for another year as a tenure of the team neared completion. The same required statutory approval by the General Body of the Association.
Jyoti Mayal, Director, New Airways Travels (Delhi) will remain at the helm of affairs for another year till September 2022.
Jay Bhatia, Vice President, Bettaiah Lokesh, Hon. Secretary General and Shreeram Patel, Hon. National Treasurer will also continue to be at the helm and carry on with their active duties and take forward the functioning of TAAI. The term of the Region & Chapter Office Bearers also has got extended.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of TAAI was held virtually to complete the statutory requirements. During her annual address to the members at the AGM, Mayal, commented that the agenda for the next year was discussed while highlighting the key achievements of the Association in the last two years.
“I would like to extend my gratitude to all the members for their support extended to TAAI, especially to our team led by VP Jay Bhatia, HSG Bettaiah Lokesh, HNT Shreeram Patel and the entire Managing Committee in the last two years. During our tenure, the travel & tourism industry has faced extraordinary circumstances and faced the toughest challenges in many decades. It is only due to the support of all members, TAAI managed to keep the industry’s confidence intact, where we made representations and reached out to the highest echelons in the country for their support,” she mentioned.
During the meetings Bhatia extended his support and jointly conveyed thanks to the membership and appreciated everyone’s effort and support during the year. Lokesh led the proceedings during the meetings and briefed the members about agenda points and the meetings were conducted smoothly. While Patel updated on the annual finances, the house approved the same unanimously.