Montreal, June 23, 2014 – Transat is very pleased to announce that it was once again recognized by Baxter’s 15th Annual Agents’ Choice Awards.
We would like to thank our travel agent partners for this esteemed recognition. Their continuous support year after year has encouraged us to aim even higher. We value our strong relationships with the travel agent community and this recognition is a direct result of our teamwork,” said Denise Heffron, Vice-President, National Sales & Commercial, Transat Tours Canada.
Transat and its brands were honoured in the following categories:
- First place, Airline Charter
- First place, Tour Operator
- Second place, Travel Supplier Website (B2B)
Transat A.T., Transat Holidays and Nolitours
- Fourth place, Environmentally Friendly Company
Voting took place from January 24 to April 25 and was conducted by specialized media like Canadian Travel Press, Travel Courier and TravelPress.com, as well as Tourisme Plus in Quebec. Travel agents chose their favourites in 28 categories ranging from Adventure Operator to Winter Sunspot.
About Air Transat
Air Transat is Canada’s leading holiday travel airline. Every year, it carries some 3 million passengers to nearly 60 destinations in 30 countries aboard its fleet of Boeing narrow-body and Airbus wide-body jets. The company employs approximately 2,000 people. Air Transat is a business unit of Transat A.T. Inc., an integrated international tour operator with more than 60 destination countries and that distributes products in over 50 countries.
About Transat Holidays
Year-round, Transat Holidays provides its customers across Canada with a full range of holiday products. It offers sun vacations, mainly in the Caribbean, Mexico and Florida, along with an impressive array of flights, packages and tours to some 30 European destinations. Transat Holidays also offers more than 100 cruises all around the world.
Nolitours offers its customers across Canada a wide variety of competitively priced holiday packages available year-round, for sun destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico and Central and South America.