Gulf Air and BTI sign relationship deal

14th Jun 2006

Gulf Air and Business Travel International (BTI), have signed a Regional Relationship Agreement. The agreement, signed with BTI’s Middle East Office in Dubai, enables its corporate and other clients worldwide to use Gulf Air’s award winning products and services when they travel First, Business, or Economy classes.

BTI, the leading travel management organisation operating in more than 100 countries has the largest corporate accounts portfolio in the Middle East.

“We have invested quite substantially in the last three years to develop innovative products and enhanced services both in the air and on the ground,” says Gulf Air Vice President Sales and Marketing Lee Shave.

“Our award winning sky beds, sky nannies and sky chefs have become synonymous with unmatched luxury and comfort in the air. Our well appointed first class lounges and other enhanced services such as free chauffeur-driven luxury limousine service at select destinations have set new industry standards.

“The agreement will offer BTI customers to experience these world class facilities as preferred Gulf Air passengers.”


There have been massive improvements in Gulf Air’s products and services in the last few years, says BTI Middle East and West Asia Vice President Abdulla Tawakul.

“As the leading travel management company, we pride ourselves on understanding our clients and we believe that Gulf Air’s products and services perfectly match the requirements of our corporate customers in the region. This new agreement will go a long way in establishing a fruitful and mutually beneficial partnership,” he says.

Gulf Air believes, that for its corporate customers, the travel experience begins not at the airport, but from the doorsteps of their offices till their final destinations.

“Our products are created keeping this requirement in mind. We are happy to extend our services and products to the corporate clients of BTI,” says Gulf Air General Manager World Wide Travel Management Abdulmalik Al Saie.


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