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Emirates takes home a National Geographic Traveller Award

Posted 5 December 2019 · Add Comment

Emirates has won the High Flyer Airline award at the fifth annual National Geographic Traveller Reader awards.

 

It is the third consecutive win for Emirates after the airline took home High Class Airline Experience in 2017 and 2018 for its excellence in seating, service, entertainment and ambience.

The National Geographic Traveller Reader awards, in association with Audley Travel, celebrate the best places, experiences, hotels, operators, authors, podcasts and personalities that make travels meaningful and memorable. Candidates are shortlisted by judges and readers vote for their favourites.

Speaking about the award, Richard Jewsbury, divisional vice president UK for Emirates said; “The award is testament to our relentless focus on the customer experience, both onboard and on the ground. In the last year we have expanded our network and now fly to 159 destinations in 85 countries so we have to make sure that our customer service continues to set the industry benchmark and remains consistent on every flight we operate.”

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