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Wings Travel Management launches ME operations

Wings Travels, a global corporate travel management firm, have launched their Middle East operations today.

Harvey Lines, the director of Middle East operations at Wings Travel, stated the office will provision specialized support to oil, gas and marine sector companies in the region.

Wings is a global organisation with offices in London, Manchester and Aberdeen (UK), Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria and Durban (South Africa) and Houston (USA).

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