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The BTA21/22 Results Are In –
Find Out How the Public Voted

The travel industry came back together on 29 November 2022 for the results of The British Travel Awards - as voted for by the travelling consumer.

After a break in 2021 due to the continuing effects of the Covid pandemic, it was time for the travel industry to find out who had provided the best customer service, product offering and delivered the best holidays across the various categories.

The BTAs are consumer voted, and their endorsement of listed companies is what brings us to the results each year. Understandably, given the interruption to holidays in 2020 and into 2021, the number of people who registered to vote this year increased by 128%, with an increase in actual votes cast of 152%.

The Awards Presentation

This year we were pleased to be back in the room - after our last hybrid/online ceremony back in December 2020. The travel industry deservedly enjoyed a great night of celebrations with host Alison Hammond from ITV’s “This Morning” and a special performance from Strictly’s Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice. During the evening guests bid for auction items in aid of this year’s partner charity - the NSPCC.

And the winners are…

Please do have a look at our winners - gold, silver and bronze across the categories, and look out for the BTA logo when you choose your next holiday or travel experience. The logo is a clear indicator that other customers have enjoyed a great holiday with that company, and felt strongly enough about their experience to vote.

Looking Forward to 2023

Next year’s company registrations will open to the industry on 13 February 2023 and consumers will be asked to vote for their favourite holiday and travel companies from July to October.

So, it just remains for me to thank all the companies who entered the BTA this year, and to thank everyone who voted.

Lorraine Barnes Burton
Director of Events & Partnerships