6 May 2014
Top Travel Companies endorse EmQuest travel technology solutions
DUBAI, U.A.E., 6th May 2014: EmQuest, distributor of Sabre products for travel agents in the UAE, Africa and the Indian Ocean, has signed over 400 contracts with travel agents since the start of 2014 – reinforcing its leadership position in the GDS market.
Representatives from some of these key agencies visited the Emirates Stand (Hall 3, Stand #3310) at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) and expressed their commitment to Sabre products and EmQuest’ s excellent agent support and premium supplementary product offerings. For its part, EmQuest recognized the importance of its partnerships with these agencies which have been using EmQuest solutions in addressing their needs – whether these be corporate, retail or online.
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group with representatives from EmQuest and from agencies such as Orient Travels, SNTTA, BCD Travel, Al Rais Travel, Al Arif Travel & ATS – who visited the Emirates Stand at the ATM.
Naz Nizari, Senior Vice President, EmQuest, commented, “Since the start of the year, EmQuest has signed over 400 agencies from across the UAE further strengthening its position as market leader in GDS. We take pride in these partnerships as they are testament to how they trust EmQuest for their travel technology solutions.”
Asim Arshad, CEO, Orient Travel and Touring Agency – one of EmQuest’s key partners – said, “We have been using Sabre which allows us to design and deliver travel solutions according to the needs of our customers. Renewing our partnership with EmQuest ensures that we continue to provide our customers with the best set of tools and applications in the market.”
“Working with majority of the leading travel management companies can only benefit UAE travellers as they have access to the best of recommended travel advice for their holidays. EmQuest remains committed in supporting our clients provide better travel service that meets the diverse needs of today’s travellers,” concluded Ms Nizari.