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Gulf Air has appoints Voyager as its GSA in Georgia

Posted 27 April 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed Voyager as its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Georgia to represent the airline and sell Gulf Air services and products on its behalf.

With direct flights between Bahrain International Airport and Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport starting from 22nd June 2017, Voyager Ltd will facilitate ticket sales from/to Tbilisi and beyond, across the Gulf Air network.

Ahmed Janahi, Gulf Air chief commercial officer said: “Tbilisi is our newest addition to the Gulf Air network and we are happy to appoint one of the best travel agencies in Georgia as our GSA. With their expertise and history in the Georgian market, Voyager will help Gulf Air establish itself. Voyager was the first company that worked closely with the GCC market to promote Georgia as an attractive travel destination for travellers from the region and we are looking forward to the support that their experience will bring to our operations.”

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