“Thomas Cook” representatives get interested in Adjara

“Thomas Cook” representatives get interested in Adjara

The representatives of “Thomas Cook”- one of the world’s largest tourist company, are visiting Adjara at the invitation of the Adjara Tourism Department. They are getting acquainted with the tourism, business and investment potential of the region. The company’s managers dealing with tourism and avia companies have already met the management of the Adjara Tourism Department, the Mayor of Batumi and the Minister of Finance and Economy of Adjara. At the meetings, the parties discussed the possibility of collaboration, investments and operation of flights to the region. The guests were also introduced to the main tourist attractions and tourism infrastructure of the city.

“Thomas Cook“ has been operating in the world for 177 years and it serves about 19 million people every year. It is regarded as a leading travel company in the tourism business, which implements investments and flights to 60 world’s destinations.

“ It is very important to us that such large-scale companies be interested in Adjara tourism potential. “Thomas Cook” is a leader company, having many years of experience in this field and our goal is to become one of its target tourist destinations. We have already started business meetings that will continue with concrete proposals at the International Tourism Fair in Paris. The popularization of Adjara as a four-season tourist destination is impossible without the intervention of such companies and we hope that the result of our negotiations will be positive”, stated the chairman of the Adjara Tourism Department, Sulkhan Ghlonti.

The meeting held at the Adjara Tourism Department was attended by the “Thomas Cook” Flight Operations Director – Tim Rod, the person in charge of the “Thomas Cook” flights and airport subsidies – Stephen Jolie, TAV Georgia’s Terminal Operations Deputy Manager – Jucel Orgun, the TAV Aviation Marketing Representative – Ken Kenbolat and the representatives of the Adjara Tourism Department.

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