International Travel Partnership named as a new partner Prague-based Senator Travel. - Business Travel News

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November 19, 2012 - 10:35 AM ET

International Travel Partnership named as a new partner Prague-based Senator Travel. ITP said the Czech Republic market is important "partly because of its central location in Europe and its close proximity to Germany." According to a statement attributed to Senator Travel general manager Martin Lehky, "Even in the present economic situation we are happy to report a steady growth of our turnover."

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