Air Partner teams with Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts for IMEX 2017


Global aviation services group Air Partner has joined forces with Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts with a stand at this year’s IMEX in Frankfurt exhibition in Germany.

The annual exhibition for incentive travel, meetings and events is to take place on May 16-18 and the partnership will be exhibiting at stand G260.

All visitors to the stand will be offered the chance to win a luxury two-night stay and dining experience at the Shangri-La, At The Shard hotel in London, UK.

Meanwhile, Air Partner Travel Management Company (Air Partner TMC), which specializes in group scheduled airline travel and provides expert advice and support, is arranging the hosted buyer flights for the sixth consecutive year. This provides travel and accommodation for qualifying buyers, and is specifically designed to encourage high-caliber buyers to visit IMEX.

Air Partner is increasingly combining scheduled tickets with charters for its clients as a cost-effective option. This may involve flying groups of passengers on scheduled flights from different locations to one central airport where they can all board the same chartered aircraft.

Katie Daw, trading manager at Air Partner TMC, commented, “We are delighted to have been chosen to manage the flights for IMEX’s hosted buyer program for the sixth consecutive year.

“Day in and day out the team here focuses on providing the highest levels of service and customized solutions for our clients, which is why so many continue to work with us time and time again. We look forward to working with the IMEX team on what is sure to be another highly successful event.”

Carina Bauer, IMEX CEO, said, “We continue to experience the highest levels of service from the Air Partner team, which is crucial to both us and our hosted buyers. We are grateful to have such a strong working relationship with them as they support our team in the delivery of a successful IMEX 2017.”

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