Air Austral operates scheduled services from Reunion to metropolitan France, Mauritius, Mayotte, Madagascar, Comoros, Seychelles, South Africa, Thailand, and India.
Air Austral, the French Airline based in Reunion Island, announced that it has appointed Goldair as its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Greece. Air Austral operates scheduled services from Reunion to metropolitan France, Mauritius, Mayotte, Madagascar, Comoros, Seychelles, South Africa, Thailand, and India.
The strategic partnership is designed to increase recognition of Air Austral in Greece and to steer sales growth throughout the Greek Market with a particular focus on marine travel, signaling further expansion of Air Austral’ s sales presence and representation in the Greek territory.Goldair is one of the largest and most esteemed organizations in the field of transport and tourism in the Greek Market. The GSA’s role is to build Air Austral’ s strong presence in Greece by conducting efficient and strategic commercial activities to establish and reinforce Air Austral’ s brand awareness in the local market, while focusing on maximizing revenues from ticket sales through the Greek Market.
Jean-Marc Grazzini, Deputy General Manager Commercial Affairs stated: “We are really pleased to start our new partnership with Goldair as our GSA in Greece Their strong reputation and professionalism will help Air Austral to develop its presence in the Greek Market and especially regarding the marine traffic to the Indian Ocean” Goldair Deputy Managing Director, Nikos Sofiadis, stated: "I would like to warmly welcome Air Austral to Goldair family! We are proud that a crucial partnership has been sealed. Our goal is to work hand in hand to ensure Air Austral’ s maximum exposure within the Greek territory and to enhance Air Austral presence and increase sales through our region."
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