dnata recognized with the two awards at the World Travel Awards Middle East Gala Ceremony 2018

L to R: World Travel Awards President and Founder, Graham Cook with Stephen Allen – SVP dnata ME&I Corporate and Amir Al Zarooni – Retail Manager for Sharjah & Northern Emirates.

Dubai, UAE, 2018-Apr-30 — /Travel PR News/ — dnata was recently presented with the two prestigious awards at the World Travel Awards Middle East Gala Ceremony 2018 – for the fifth year running, securing the accolade of ‘UAE’s Leading Travel Agency’ and ‘The Middle East’s Leading Business Travel Agency’.

The World Travel Awards Middle East, presented at a gala dinner in Ras Al Khaimah, in front of the region’s leading travel groups, are voted on by travel and tourism professionals worldwide. They recognise commitment to service excellence which organisations receiving awards have demonstrated during the past twelve months.

“It’s particularly gratifying to know our hard work and dedication to our customers have been recognised by the World Travel Awards,” said Iain Andrew – Divisional Senior Vice President, dnata Travel. “What sets dnata Travel apart from the competition is exceptional customer service. Above all, dnata is committed to service quality—it’s the foundation of our success and is how we will continue to grow.”

About dnata

dnata is one of the world’s largest air services providers. Established in 1959, the company ensures the aviation industry operates smoothly and efficiently in 129 airports. Offering ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services in 84 countries across six continents, dnata is a trusted partner for over 400 airline customers around the world. Each day, the company handles over 1,700 flights, carries over 7,700 tonnes of cargo, assists over 235,000 passengers, books over 19,000 hotel stays, and uplifts over 320,000 meals.

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