Millennium Hotels and Resorts partners with Holidays by flydubai

The partnership features deals for customers across the Middle East

The partnership aims to boost the MEA tourism sector
The partnership aims to boost the MEA tourism sector

Millennium Hotels and Resorts Middle East and Africa has partnered with Holidays by flydubai, the holidays division of Dubai-based airline.

The partnership aims to boost the MEA tourism sector by giving Millennium Hotels and Resorts and flydubai customers’ access to benefits and packages offered by Holidays by flydubai.

Speaking on the partnership, the company’s VP of sales and marketing, Alexander Suski said: “Our partnership with holidays by flydubai comes as part of our efforts to build strategic partnerships and drive more footfall to the region. We look forward to providing special packages and preferred rates for flydubai passengers to enjoy a unique hospitality experience and have a memorable stay at our hotels and resorts.”

Holidays by flydubai’s vice president, Nelson D’Souza said: “We are delighted to have partnered with Millennium Hotels and Resorts and we look forward to the increased opportunities that our passengers will have when booking their tailor-made packages with Holidays by flydubai.”

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