Britannia Airways, the world`s leading holiday airline has won “Best Charter Airline” at the highly respected Telegraph Travel Awards 2001.
Britannia fought off stiff competition from the industry to pick up the coveted award for the first time. Kevin Hatton, Britannia`s Managing Director, accepted the award at a prestigious awards ceremony at London`s Renaissance Chancery Court Hotel.
“This award recognises the excellent achievement of Britannia and all the people within the company who work hard to make us the Best Charter Airline,” Kevin Hatton said. “It is the readers of the Telegraph who, as passengers on our aircraft, have voted for us in these awards. That makes this award all the more important to us.”
Britannia, recognised independently as the most punctual of the leading charter airlines, flies to a wide range of holiday destinations in Europe and around the world on a modern fleet of Boeing aircraft.