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Quest’s Passport to 2015

As 2014 draws to a close, CNN anchor Richard Quest presents a special week of programming dedicated to next year’s travel agenda – the destinations, events, gadgets, tips and technology that will define the industry in 2015.

From hotels springing up, to new aircraft taking to the skies, Quest highlights the hottest trends global travellers should be watching out for in the year ahead.

Ellana Lee, SVP and Managing Editor, CNN International, said: “As we nudge ever nearer to the New Year, who better than Richard Quest to lead the way in providing CNN’s global audience with all they need to know about the world of travel in 2015. This special theme week has its finger on the pulse of travel trends, developments and initiatives, all told with Quest’s inimitable style and expertise of the industry.”

Quest’s reports include:

A dedicated microsite accompanies ‘Quest’s Passport to 2015’:

Notes to editors:

‘Quest’s Passport to 2015’ airs DAILY from Wednesday 17 December in:

‘World Business Today’ at 1400 GMT / 1500 CET and

‘Quest Means Business’ at 2100 GMT / 2200 CET

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Joel Brown

Senior Press Officer

CNN Europe, Middle East & Africa

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