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Turkish Airlines holds 7th annual Travel Agencies Awards ceremony in Kuwait

Posted 8 May 2018 · Add Comment

The Turkish Airlines Office in Kuwait, recently held the 7th Annual Travel Agencies Awards ceremony honouring the dedication them of their support and contribution to the growing demand for the national carrier of Turkey records an impressive growth of 45% in passenger traffic throughout 2017.

 

Fourteen travel agencies received plaques of appreciation for their substantial efforts in boosting passenger traffic from Kuwait across the airline’s 302 worldwide destinations. Agencies were awarded on four different categories – ‘Total Sales’, ‘Best Beyond Business Class Sales’, ‘Best Beyond Economy Sales’ and ‘Highest Sales Increase’.

Displaying outstanding performance, ten agencies received plaques of appreciation for ‘Total Sales’ where in Al Deera Travel agency ranked first place, Jumbo Travel agency ranked second and Eternity travel agency came in third place. ‘Best beyond Business Class Sales’ award was presented to Boodai Aviation and ‘Highest Sales Increase’ award was bagged by Kuwait Star Travels who ranked first followed by ITL Travels coming in second place. Al Deera Travel agency was recognized again under the ‘Best Beyond Economy Sales’

Sami Aydogan, General Manager for Turkish Airlines in Kuwait, said: “Turkish Airlines has become a leading choice for both business and leisure travelers from Kuwait and we continue to exceed customer expectations, strengthen our network and steadily grow our market share locally. Travel agencies are an important partner for us and we come together every year to honor their contribution and celebrate our joint successes. This is also a fantastic opportunity to solidify our ties as we start yet another year of fruitful partnerships.”

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