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CUCA Students tour Kanoo Travel for learning opportunities in the travel sector

CUCA Students tour Kanoo Travel for learning opportunities in the travel sector

Travel and Tourism students from City University College of Ajman (CUCA) recently visited Kanoo Travel premises in Karama, Dubai to gain insights into their chosen field, and to understand the functions of the industry. It was also an opportunity to those who pursue a career in the Travel sector.

During the visit, Aubrey Heldt, General Manager, Kanoo Travel – UAE & Oman delivered his opening speech and welcomed the 22 Students, as well as Faculty Member, Dr. Tajwar Hussaini, Internal Verifier at CUCA. He further gave a short briefing about Kanoo Travel as a Travel Management Company (TMC) and introduced the new type of evolving business, the Online Travel Agency (OTA).

Salman Bhari, Sales Manager, Kanoo Travel - UAE & Oman conducted a product presentation of Kanoo Travel on all relevant areas of the travel business in order for the students to understand the functioning of the Industry.

Additionally, Naseer Khan, Regional Travel Manager, Kanoo Travel-UAE & Oman gave them an outline on how the Kanoo Travel as a company handles its day to day operations as a corporate business.

Bhavin Mithani, Business Partnerships Manager, Kanoo Travel – UAE conducted the office tour to various travel departments and also explained the overall operations of The Kanoo Group. He commented, "It is a great privilege to extend our support to these students at CUCA for such development opportunities, as these are key drivers in the UAE's economic development."

Dr. Tajwar Hussaini said, "At CUCA, we believe in fostering a learning environment to our students that will allow them to get career opportunities with organisations that share our values on professionalism and implement the best practices in the industry."

"I would like to thank Kanoo Travel for the informative office tour. I am sure that it would help the students a lot. It was a wonderful experience to know so much about travel and tourism as a whole," she concluded.