Good Travel Management Welcome Two Fresh Faces to the Operations Team

20th April 2018

Good Travel Management are delighted to welcome Sam Frankish and Phil Jackson  to the operations team here in Hessle.

Sam and Phil both join as Senior Business Travel Consultants and arrive with an excellent reputation locally, bolstering the experience and expertise we have already at Good Travel Management. With a career currently spanning 31 years within the travel industry, from leisure to corporate, Sam brings a breadth of knowledge and understanding dealing with clients from all industry sectors to pass on to her clients. Phil brings 33 years of travel experience to Good Travel Management having worked within the Leisure, Business and Marine Travel sectors. Alongside of this, Phil enjoys the technical aspects of constructing fare calculations for more complex travel itineraries and has undertaken IATA fares courses to reinforce his proficiency within the industry. Managing Director Kevin Harrison commented on the new appointments -We are delighted to have Sam and Phil join the operational team here in Hessle. Combining a wealth of knowledge and expertise on all aspects of the business travel industry, they strengthen an already excellent service offering for clients in all areas of corporate and marine travel management helping to support the overall growth of the business. We would like to wish Sam and Phil well in their roles as they settle into the Good Travel Management family.

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