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Virgin Atlantic Appoints Fursan Travel GSA For Saudi Arabia

Great Britain’s second biggest long haul carrier, Virgin Atlantic, has appointed Fursan Travel its General Sales Agent in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.  Fursan Travel is based in Riyadh.

Virgin Atlantic’s regional manager for the Middle East said he is very happy about the appointment and it will allow them to promote their services to the Kingdom’s consumers.  Andrew Fyfe said “Since launching our daily services between the UK and Dubai in March 2006, we have been looking to expand our off line activities.” 
 

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