Air Malta Toasts to Local Travel Agents
Air Malta celebrated the end of the year by thanking travel agents for their support and hard work throughout 2013.
The event was a good opportunity for the local travel trade and Air Malta representatives to exchange views and get the latest updates on the initiatives the airline is working on and which will be announced in 2014.
“Agents remain a key part of the travel business and this is why Air Malta believes in showing gratitude to all involved. Air Malta is facing a lot of challenges and has to continue adapt quickly to an ever changing market. To face such challenges the airline needs constant support by all stakeholders and local travel agents have been at the forefront in supporting the airline in the not so easy changes that had to be implemented,” said Air Malta’s Chief Commercial Officer Philip Saunders, during a well-attended reception at the Intercontinental Hotel.
He added that the airline has managed to reach its targets according to the restructuring plan thanks to the work of all staff and stakeholders. Still a lot more work needs to be done.
The get-together was held at the Carissa restaurant at the Intercontinental Hotel.
During the reception, Air Malta named Britannia Services, the Top Travel Agent for 2012/2013. Compared to all local travel agencies, Britannia Services Ltd generated the highest overall score in Air Malta sales for individual, group and charter bookings.