GlobalStar presents new partners in Oman, Bahrain and Kazakhstan.

GlobalStar presents new partners in Oman, Bahrain and Kazakhstan.

GlobalStar Travel Management - the worldwide travel management company known for its multinational travel management solutions announces the recruitment of three new partners in their network; Travel Point LLC in Oman, Dadabhai Travel in Bahrain and Shakh Travel in Kazakhstan.

With these latest additions GlobalStar continues growing its presence in the Middle East region after the joining of Royal Manta Travel from Egypt in September this year. “The need for professional Travel Management Companies who can represent GlobalStar in the region has increased substantially over the last year” says Steve Hartwell, GlobalStar’s President. In line with our strategy, we see national representation with the “best national choice” as our preference to a centralized service solution based in one market.

GlobalStar continues with its Middle East recruitment program and by the end of January hopes to announce at least 4 more Partners in the region.

Dadabhai Travel with over a quarter century of experience and with a total of 118 staff and annual turnover of US $58 Million is the second largest travel company in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Dadabhai Travel with 7 locations spread throughout the country services some of the largest financial and corporate houses and is to be adjudged as the best corporate travel company in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

With US $56 Million annual turnover, 143 employees and 27 offices extended to all main cities and regions, Travel Point LLC is the largest travel company in Oman. Travel Point is the officially appointed distributor of the Galileo GDS since October last year and is seen as the leading and most trusted travel company in the Sultanate of Oman.


Established in 1997, Shakh Travel employees 75 people and realize a company turnover of over US $14 Million annually with 6 offices in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Shakh Travel works in a Partner Alliance with 4 affiliated companies which owns more than 30% share of Kazakhstan BSP market with the total turnover of over US $220 Million annually.