euromic, the premier international consortium of companies specializing in event and destination management, recently announced that it has added a new member in Central Asia. GLOBAL AIR is a professional Travel Company in business, international and domestic tourism, MICE, and Corporate FITS, offering unique and personalized services.
GLOBAL AIR was founded in 2000 and a few years later the Company was granted the Certificate of Quality Management System ISO 9001. It is the only travel company in Kazakhstan with the world class Certificate of Quality System ISO:9001-2001. GLOBAL AIR operates a network of offices and implants in Kazakhstan cities such as Almaty, Astana, Aktau, Atyrau, Aksai, Aktobe, Shymkent and Uralsk.
Gulden Ostanova, General Manager of GLOBAL AIR states, “This partnership integrates global efforts, best practices and world scale with the understanding of the local travel industry to provide special benefits to clients ensuring continuously world class top quality of services and advisory.”
With many well-known, established hotel chains, such as the Ritz-Carlton, the Intercontinental, Holiday Inn, and Ramada in Almaty and Hilton, Marriott, Park Inn, Radisson in Astana, guests of Kazakhstan will have a broad range of options to choose from, giving them the ability to cater their visit to their specific interests.
Kazakhstan, a Central Asian country and former Soviet republic, extends from the Caspian Sea in the west to the Altai Mountains at its eastern border with China and Russia. Its largest metropolis, Almaty, is a long-standing trading hub whose landmarks include Ascension Cathedral, a tsarist-era Russian Orthodox Church, and the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan, displaying thousands of Kazak artifacts.
With huge mountain tops, shining glaciers, roaring rivers, thick woods, and beautiful canyons, Kazakhstan has everything for the sightseeing eco-visitor. Along with its incredible diverse topography, Kazakhstan has deep historic and cultural roots as ancient cities such as Taraz (Aulie-Ata) and Hazrat-e Turkestan played important roles as way-stations along the Silk Road connecting Asia and Europe.
Hasan Dinc, President of euromic adds, “More than 2,000 years ago, the great trade routes that linked Europe and China opened Central Asia to foreign cultures, customs and religions. We felt it was time to introduce still unchartered exotic country such as Kazakhstan, to our diverse portfolio of DMCs.”