Air Transat celebrating its 30th anniversary this year

February 09, 2017 | Montreal
Written by Air Transat
Transat A.T. Inc., is marking its 30th anniversary this year. To highlight how far it has come and to celebrate the future, the company has a variety of surprises and special activities planned throughout the year for vacationers, for its partners (including travel agencies), and for its 5,000 employees in North America and Europe.

"We work in a dynamic, stimulating, yet demanding industry, and one that is constantly growing," says Jean-Marc Eustache, president and chief executive officer, Transat A.T. Inc. "With our 30 years of experience, our organization has the ability to adapt to the changing environment and meet the needs of travellers, who are increasingly connected, spontaneous in their choices, and socially responsible. People are travelling in large numbers, which makes us optimistic about the future."

With a strong presence in travel organization, air transportation, hotel management and retail sales, Transat leverages its assets to deliver quality products to travellers. Across, the entire company, its people are working in greater synergy than ever before to provide vacationers with attractive packages, reliable air service, efficient destination services, and personalized customer service—in short, offering them a comprehensive travel experience like no other. Holidays have a special place on Canadians' and Europeans' calendars, and Transat is both privileged and proud to guide and support its customers in planning and experiencing these precious moments.

Transat has always believed in the magic of holidays. As vacationers' travel companion for 30 years, we know the extraordinary power of vacations and the feelings joy and expectation that they bring. By offering a variety of original activities, Transat will be increasingly delivering on its brand promise: to brighten the everyday with the joy of vacations. To mark the launch of festivities, the company is unveiling a special logo highlighting its 30th anniversary and featuring the emblem of the Transat group, the star. 

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