Trav­el­port em­pow­ers Le­banese agency

In or­der to strengthen its pres­ence in the Mid­dle East, Le­banon-based First Diana Travel re­cently part­nered with Ara­bian Travel Award-win­ner Trav­el­port to ac­cess its un­ri­valled choice of travel con­tent.

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By con­nect­ing to the Trav­el­port plat­form, First Diana Travel now ben­e­fits from in­tel­li­gent, fast, and ac­cu­rate search­ing and book­ing to of­fer its cus­tomers con­tent from more than 400 air­lines, in­clud­ing low cost and network car­ri­ers, more than 650,000 ho­tel prop­er­ties and more than 37,000 car rental lo­ca­tions around the world. Book­ers at the leisure and full ser­vice cor­po­rate agency can use Trav­el­port Smart­point as their desk­top tool to search be­yond rate and avail­abil­ity to pur­chase more per­son­alised and tai­lored travel, to drive per­for­mance and in­crease rev­enues.

Elcheikh Mo­hamed Ghouza­yel, Pres­i­dent and Owner, First Diana Travel, com­mented, “This is an ex­cit­ing time for First Diana Travel and we’re thrilled to sign our de­but deal with Trav­el­port. Hav­ing re­cently ex­tended our op­er­a­tion out- side the Le­banese bor­ders, into the Gulf re­gion and Asia, we look for­ward to dif­fer­en­ti­at­ing our of­fer­ings by util­is­ing Trav­el­port’s tech­nol­ogy to pro­vide our cus­tomers with a more per­son- alised book­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.”

Rabih Saab, Trav­el­port’s Pres­i­dent & Man­ag­ing Direc­tor for Europe, Mid­dle East, Africa and South Asia, added, “The Mid­dle East travel in­dus­try is in­cred­i­bly com­pet­i­tive and travel agents need to work ex­tremely hard to meet the chang­ing de­mands of trav­ellers. With 195 mil­lion tourists ex­pected to visit the Mid­dle East by 2030, the stakes are high, and we’re com­mit- ted to sup­port­ing First Diana Travel as they em­brace new tech­nol­ogy to ac­cel­er­ate suc­cess and drive their per­for­mance through cus­tomer- driven so­lu­tions that lead to more ef­fi­cient ways of work­ing, al­low­ing the agents to fo­cus on what they do best, sell­ing.”

(L-R): Elcheikh Mo­hamed Ghouza­yel and Rabih Saab

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