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Sabre signs agreement with Amwaj Travel

March 18- Bahrain-based Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) has signed a three-year exclusive agreement with Amwaj Travel, a travel agency in Bahrain. As per the agreement, Amwaj will use Sabre's online booking portal, MySabre, giving the former access to fares, airlines, hotels and cars and cruises around the world.


"We are pleased to welcome Amwaj Travel to the Sabre family," said Daniel Naoumovitch, CEO, Sabre Travel Network Middle East. "Sabre's range of innovative products, customised solutions, customer responsiveness and established presence in the Middle East will help Amwaj Travel cut costs and make money while providing better value to their customers." Abdul Rahman Jaffar, CEO Amwaj Travel said that "it is our constant endeavour to provide the best rates and customised packages to suit our clients' needs. Sabre's technology will give us the advantage to better customer satisfaction. We look forward to a strong and mutually beneficial relationship."


Most travel agencies in the Middle East use the services offered by Sabre to maximise offering to their customers. The company has16 offices in 11 countries across the region and is one of the leading GDS providers in the world.

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