Monday 30 November 2015

GAMBIA: Season’s Maiden Polish Flight In Banjul

The airbus with the inscription Service Canaria Travel Boeing 737-800, which carried over 100 tourists onboard direct from Warsaw and landed at exactly 21:00hrs Friday night at the Banjul International Airport (BIA) in Yundum, was a maiden flight from the Eastern European nation of Poland for this 2015/2016 winter tourism season.

This adds to increasing tourists arrivals to Destination Gambia for this year’s winter season.

The Gambia Tourism Board (GTBoard) under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MoTC) registered success on capturing the Eastern European nation market in 2013 when they received the maiden Polish tourists in November 1st with 240 tourists onboard to Destination Gambia.

Speaking on behalf of Abdoullah Hydara, the director general of GTBoard shortly after the arrival of the Polish tourists, Adama Cham, Statistics and Communication manager of GTBoard applauded Rainbow Tours – Poland and Alkamba Tours – Gambia for their relentless efforts in bringing the tourists to Destination Gambia.

He reiterated the positive step taken by the GTBoard to make Destination Gambia a tourism haven.

Kamil Juwa, the director of Operation, Rainbow Tours International, expressed delight over the season’s maiden flight from Poland. From now on and throughout the 2015/2016 winter tourism season, he announced, a tourist flight will come every week direct from Warsaw and with possibility of increasing in the future.

He thanked the Gambia Tourism Board (GTBoard) for the welcome accorded the tourists on their arrival and affirmed that the tourists enjoyed and were happy on the sight of the cultural display at the BIA, organised by the GTBoard.

Kebba Drammeh, director of Operation, Alkamba Tours, thanked their partners, Rainbow Tours International on the arrival and as well the Gambia Tourism Board for the welcoming of the tourists to the destination.

He dilated more on the arrival of the season’s maiden Polish flight and the importance of the Eastern European nation market to Gambia.

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