Kanoo Travel renews ties with Sabre
Manama, September 16, 2008
Kanoo Travel, one of the Middle East’s largest travel agency group, has renewed its contract with Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME), a leading supplier of travel distribution services.
The multi-year deal will see Sabre support Kanoo in Bahrain, Egypt, KSA, UAE, Oman and the Levant.
'We have worked closely with Kanoo Travel to customise their Sabre desktop solution, ensuring maximum reservations efficiency and the best low fare and availability search,' said Daniel Naoumovitch, CEO of Sabre Travel Network Middle East.
'Throughout our relationship with Sabre, we have experienced the benefits of its constantly evolving and highly innovative technology, which has helped to drive our business success,' said Abdullah M Abo Khamseen, executive general manager, Kanoo Travel.-TradeArabia News Service
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