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Cozmo Travel launches operations in UAE

Sharjah, UAE; May 27, 2010: Cozmo Travel, a UAE-based travel agency providing a wide range of innovative individual and corporate travel solutions, announced today the official launch of its operations.

The company, which offers business, leisure, health and religious travel services across the Gulf Cooperation Council states (GCC) and wider Middle East and North Africa region, was launched today under the patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammad Al Thani, Chairman of the Sharjah Department of Civil Aviation.

Cozmo Travel, a one-stop solutions provider, offers a comprehensive range of travel options, including VIP services such as access to its VIP service lounges, valet parking and other exclusive benefits. The company also provides flight bookings, car rental, ocean cruises, corporate solutions and visa processing services for UAE Nationals and residents.

“Cozmo Travel has been launched with a mission to deliver the most memorable travel experiences to regional travellers, backed by our experienced team of professionals and commitment to customer service excellence,” said Jamal Abdulnazar, General Manager, Cozmo Travel.

“Our customers can expect an outstanding and consistent level of service and an unbeatable range of innovative products,” he said. “On this milestone day for the company and regional travellers, we would like to express our special gratitude to our honourable guests and partners for their presence and continuous support.”

Based in the UAE, Cozmo Travel main office is located in tower 400, Mina Road Sharjah. The company has also two operational offices in Sharjah’s industrial area 10 and Khan Saeb building. 
 

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