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EgyptAir showcases at Arabian Travel Market

Posted 26 April 2016 · Add Comment

EgyptAir is showcasing at the three-day Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2016 exhibition, at Dubai World Trade Centre.

“This year’s ATM is another great panel for EgyptAir and its group to showcase to a global audience how we continue to redefine travel experience through our latest services and tailor-made travel packages and offers that would meet all tastes of customers all over the world,” said Safwat Musallam, EgyptAir ,CEO.
 
The carrier is at the exhibition with a Phataonic-designed travel stand to showcase the carrier’s leading products and services. One visitor to the stand won two free Cairo-Dubai tickets during a draw held at the stand.
 
“ATM is one of the most important events on the travel exhibition calendar and an ideal platform to showcase the business developments at EgyptAir to the travel and tourism industry,” said Musallam.  
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