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SAGA’s travel business – Titan Travel, Destinology, Saga Holidays and Saga Cruise scooped a staggering 37 awards at the Travel Industry Oscars - The British Travel Awards with 8 Gold, 16 Silver and 13 Bronze. The announcement was made on 28th November at a glamorous Gala Awards ceremony, held in London and attended by more than 800 travel industry people.
Robin Shaw, Chief Executive for Saga Travel said: “I am enormously proud of our teams who have worked tirelessly to make sure that our holidays and cruises are simply the best! It’s testament to everyone at Titan Travel, Destinology and Saga who strive to provide the best holiday and cruising experiences for our customers.”
British Travel Awards’ chief executive Lorraine Barnes Burton said: “SAGA Travel is to be congratulated on winning 37 awards. British Travel Awards are the only travel industry accolade voted for exclusively by the consumer and the Awards serve to recognise all that is great about travel, as experienced by the travelling public. To win a British Travel Award is a true achievement.”
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