Dec 26 2011
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Uniglobe Dahlan Tours & Travel wins another top agencies award for 2010 / 2011
AMMAN - UNIGLOBE Dahlan Tours and Travel, one of the leading travel agencies in the Middle East with worldwide recognition, has been chosen as one of the Top Ten Travel Agencies for 2010-2011, in recognition for its unique performance and consistent contribution to the tourism sector over the past two years.
Air France and Alitalia presented Dahlan with the awards during the annual celebration held in honor of travel and tourism establishments, as well as the industry's key figures. Amidst a festive atmosphere, recognition certificates were distributed to acknowledged companies by Ms. Ghada Alfanek, Air France Country Manager, and Mr. Fabio Campitelli, Alitalia Country Manager.
The event was held on the 19th of December, at the Le Meridien Hotel, where it was attended by more than a hundred travel agencies, in addition to the French and Italian ambassadors in Jordan, the Commercial Director for Near East Region for Air France, Ms. Mijke Van Ballegooijen, and the Middle East and Gulf Regional Manager for Alitalia, Mr. Tommaso Fumelli.
Dahlan Tours & Travel (DTT) is a private limited company established in 1996 by the Dahlan family and it is one of the leading travel agencies in the Middle East with worldwide recognition. A number of unique ventures operate under the umbrella of Dahlan, including: Travelsheikh.com, Trasys.dahlan.com, jordanholidayhomes.com, and cruiseclub-jordan.com. With its strategic partnership with UNIGLOBE Travel, Dahlan Tours & Travel is considered among the largest in the industry internationally, as it has adopted modern technologies that complement the vivacity and dynamics of the current markets.
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