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Welcome to The Irish Travel Agents Association

The ITAA is a membership body which is comprised of nearly 100 Travel Agent companies as members, representing over 140 retail outlets.  Suppliers also have an opportunity to have a relationship with the ITAA, through the Affiliate Partner Programme. The ITAA provides services for both our Travel Agents and our Affiliate Partners. 

On our website, you can browse member offers and new job postings, as well as search for current ITAA Travel Agent members. You can also check out our Travel Industry Zone for information on Trade Events and industry news.

All of our ITAA Travel Agent members are financially approved by the Commission for Aviation Regulation to trade in Ireland. 

We are not a regulatory body; however, our Consumer Tips page has a list of useful contacts and information.

Consumer News

ITAA Advice following the new Covid-19 variant detected in South Africa

DATE: 26 November 2021

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is advising that Irish travellers and holidaymakers follow the advice of the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs when travelling to or from South Africa amid reports of a new Covid-19 variant detected in South Africa.  They are also advising affected holidaymakers in the country to follow the advice of…

Irish Travel Agents Association highlights benefits of booking with a travel agent

The Association believe that booking with a licensed, bonded travel agent is the best choice for consumers

DATE: 24 August 2021

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) are encouraging consumers to book with ITAA member travel agents as international travel begins to reopen, due to the numerous benefits offered to consumers throughout every stage of their holiday.  This particularly came to light during the pandemic. ITAA member travel agents offer their clients a high level of…

Irish Travel Agents Association call on Government to clear backlog of passport applications and renewals as international travel gradually reopens

The ITAA believe clearing the backlog now will allow for faster recovery for both the inbound and outbound travel sector

DATE: 17 August 2021

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is calling on the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Passport Office to work to process outstanding passport applications in order to avoid a backlog of applications when international travel resumes. The Association has expressed its frustration at delays in issuing passports, meaning that some consumers have had to…