Euromic adds Kazakhstan partner

Destination management company euromic has partnered with Global Air, a travel company in Kazakhstan.

The Ritz Carlton in Astana
The Ritz Carlton in Astana

The only ISO accredited travel company in the country, Global Air specialises in business, international and domestic tourism, as well as meetings, events and corporate travel. It offers a network of offices and expertise in Kazakhstan cities such as Almaty, Astana, Aktau, Atyrau, Aksai, Aktobe, Shymkent and Uralsk, regions that are set to welcome a flurry of new hotels, including the Ritza Carlton Astana, which is due for completion next year. 


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Gulden Ostanova, general manager of Global Air, said: "This partnership integrates global efforts, best practices and world scale with the understanding of the local travel industry to provide special benefits to clients, ensuring continuously world-class top quality of services and advisory."

Meanwhile, Hasan Dinc, president of euromic added: "More than 2,000 years ago, the great trade routes that linked Europe and China opened Central Asia to foreign cultures, customs and religions. We felt it was time to introduce a still unchartered exotic country such as Kazakhstan to our diverse portfolio of DMCs."

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