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FLG Aviation is present at Anato's La Vitrina Turística edition

Updated: Sep 19, 2023

FLG Aviation is represented by its CEO, Martin Rossani Costas and Guillermo López Lázaro, Business Development Director of FLG Aviation.

Anato brings together the sector's chain so that, through commercial alliances, an attractive offer is generated for travellers and contributes to consolidating the industry. More than 30 countries and the 32 departments of Colombia are taking part.

"This year, after a pandemic, we are returning to 30,000 square metres. We are very happy with the reception this event has had, as we have already achieved a growth of over 66% in participant registration, compared to 2022. The expectation is that we can have more business appointments than in 2020 and we can have a higher growth in total registrations. In 2022 we had 27,000 registrations of tourism professionals and we expect that number to grow by 20%; in addition, in this version we expect to grow by 25% in the number of exhibitors to reach 1,200; similarly, the countries and their representations have also increased by 32% compared to 2020″, adds the trade union leader.

Likewise, the Tourism Showcase, which ends on Friday 24 February, has the representation of the 32 departments of Colombia, responsible for showing experiences of nature, cultural, craft, gastronomic and peace tourism, as part of its strategy to promote a sector in harmony with life, inclusive, with environmental justice and generating income that benefits communities, thanks to the investment of $3,227 million made by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism (Mincomercio), through the National Tourism Fund (Fontur).

"Anato is the great opportunity we have to showcase the wealth of tourism in each of the regions. In addition, the international promotion component allows us to open new markets for our destinations," says Arturo Bravo, Deputy Minister of Tourism, who adds: "The challenge is to show Colombia to the world as a destination of peace and to continue projecting this sector, which drives the economic transition promoted by the National Government. These actions allow us to move forward with our goal for 2026, which is to receive some 7.5 million non-resident visitors".

The team also took advantage of the visit to see their colleagues in Colombia.

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