Sharjah Airport Travel Agency opens new branch in Dubai to meet rising customer demands

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) owned online travel agency Sharjah Airport Travel Agency (SATA) has opened a new branch in Dubai to meet the increasing demand for its services from both individuals and businesses.

According to the statement, the new office will provide a full range of tourism and travel services including, airline reservations and ticketing, domestic and foreign holidays, indoor activities, worldwide hotel reservations, car rental, travel insurance, Umrah service, Visa assistance services, and others. His Excellency Ali Salem Al Midfa, Chairman of the SAA, has inaugurated the new branch in Dubai.

His Excellency Ali Salem Al Midfa
HE Ali Salem Al Midfa
Sharjah Airport Authority

“The new branch opening is part of SATA’s strategic plans to accelerate its expansion activities and to bring its services to a wider segment of the public closer to where they live. In doing so, it hopes to strengthen its position as one of the most important providers of travel and tourism services in the UAE. The branch embodies our commitment to improve the level of our services to ensure that all the travel requirements of corporate and individual customers are met, as SATA is constantly working to achieve its goals and expansion in the region, and the opening of new branches all over the country, especially now that travel restrictions are being eased and will hopefully lead to a revival in travel activity throughout the emirates and the rest of the world.”

Sharjah Airport Travel Agency (SATA)

Founded in 2000, SATA is a significant travel and tourism agency in the country. In addition to its main office on Al Mina Street near the Central Post Office in Sharjah, it has an office at Sharjah Airport that is open 24 hours a day.

Furthermore, SATA is an authorized agent for ticket sales and travel services for EgyptAir, and the agent for flynas in Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, as well as Uzbekistan Airways. It is accredited by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and is a member of the American Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (ASTA) and the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).

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