Emirates Airline, has awarded its top-performing travel agents in Ghana at an event hosted by the airline. The awards-event recognised efforts of local travel agents in supporting the airline’s success, as well as the overall industry as it navigates recovery. As a global airline, Emirates is committed to the markets in which it operates. Emirates recognises the integral role that travel agents play in the organization’s success within the Ghanaian market, and appreciates the hard work and contribution of these agents to its growth in the country.
A total of 12 travel agencies were honoured at the event. The honourees included Satguru Travel & Tours, Travel Places, Shivohum, Josh Travels Limited, Westside Travel Services, Eurotour Ghana, Wakanow Ghana, FJ Travel, Krishna Travel, Yoshiken Travel, Bindu Travels and Adansi Travels. Satguru Travel & Tours won the award for Overall Best Performing Travel Agency.
Speaking at the awards ceremony, Emirates Senior Vice President, Africa- Commercial Operations, Badr Abbas expressed his gratitude to the travel agents present: “Emirates Airline and Ghana share a very special relationship that goes back almost 20 years and we have been connecting Ghanaian travellers to a global network which now spans nearly 130 destinations, making it easier to connect with friends, family, trade and tourism opportunities. I have been eager to visit Ghana, a market that is very important to us, to meet with the people who have supported us even in the most difficult of times. Throughout this journey you, our loyal travel agents, have been an integral part of our rebuilding efforts, for which we are extremely grateful. We look forward to your continued support in the years ahead.
“It has been a challenging two years for all of us, and together we are navigating recovery. We are grateful for your loyalty to Emirates as steadfast partners in spite of challenging market dynamics, and together we are confident that we are gradually gaining an even stronger footing for the future.”
Also present at the event were the Emirates Country Manager for Ghana and Cote D’Ivoire, Cathrine Wesley, and the local Emirates team who hosted the honourees.
Emirates currently operates daily flights to Accra in line with increasing demand for international travel from the market.