Tour operator “Compass” promises to make travel more accessible and more convenient.
Tour operator “Compass”, one of the largest in Kazakhstan, announced the release of the Ukrainian market. The company comes to us not with empty hands, as their work in the country will begin in conjunction with GTO travel. These guys are already not the first year working in Ukraine and are in considerable demand, informs Rus.Media.
This year the tour operator GTO sent to rest seventy thousand Ukrainians, which is almost two times higher than in 2017. It is expected that by the end of 2018 the figure will rise to one hundred thousand tourists. The company is ready to provide its clients with guaranteed seats on flights flagships of civil aviation, as well as exclusive contracts in ground handling. The portfolio of the company this season includes: Egypt, Turkey, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE and other countries.
About their merger and future plans representatives GTO travel and Compass said at a press conference at the NSC Olimpiyskiy.
“More than 12 years the company successfully operates in the market of Kazakhstan has a network of franchise offices throughout the country, offering its clients tours with departure from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan and Ukraine. The decision to merge the companies was balanced and consistent, and the choice of the GTO as a partner based not only on the level of professionalism and the experience of a team but also on excellent reputation. The Ukrainian market every year shows a positive trend and the growth of outbound tourist flow.
“We, in turn, are confident that we can offer Ukrainians not only best prices for tours, but a whole new level and quality of service. Thus in our strategy we intend to focus on quality rather than the number of destinations offered. In the past two years, the GTO and the Compass worked successfully, so a formal statement about the merger can be called a step forward for transparency in the conduct of business”, – said the Director of “Compass” Anna Solovyov.
Mikhail Tyurin – Chairman of the tour operator GTO says: “At the time of the merger, neither tour operators nor tourists, who at this time will be abroad, you will not feel any discomfort. Moreover, we are ready to borrow positive experience of Kazakh colleagues and strive to develop and enter new quality level of organized tourism. Within two years we were in partnership with the main mass directions. The result of successful collaboration was the decision to merge the two companies and the transition into a single brand “Compass”. This partnership has a positive impact on the development of innovation systems dynamic packaging Dynamic GTO”.
Director of sales at MAU Anton Matisse also noted that both companies are reliable partners. According to him, they are guaranteed to perform its obligations. A Union of expertise and experience of the team under one strong brand will definitely become a new impetus for the development of the tourism market.