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Bentour Reveals 2023 Catalogue and Program in Antalya

Bentour press conference Antalya December 2022

Bentour in Antalya hosted more than 700 top travel agencies from Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands as part of its Turkey presentation and promotion.

For many travel agencies, Turkey is one of the top sellers in the important sales business of beach and family holidays.

On the first day, after the opening speech of Bentour Germany General Manager Songül Göktaş Rosati, a workshop was held.

After the presentation and workshop organized by Bentour in the daytime section, a press conference is held in the afternoon. The event ended after Bentour Comedy night and gala dinner in the evening.

In these events, all of which took place at the Nirvana Cosmopolitan Hotel in Lara, Antalya, the statements of Kadir and Deniz Uğur and Bentour Germany General Manager Songül Göktaş Rosati covering the 2023 program drew attention.

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Rosati said that Bentour will end 2022 serving 170 thousand tourists and a turnover of 130 million Euros. Bentour's 2023 targets will be even higher and they set a slogan for 2023: "Makes Happy", added Rosati.

Some of the highlights from the Bentour presentation include:

Bentour opens the 2023 flight program with an increase of 50%,

New CIP airport services, private transfer, and rental car services at Izmir and Bodrum Airports.

New services to be offered via MyBentour.de digital platform

The 6-story Bentour Headquarters building on the new Antalya Airport road will have a swimming pool and sauna that will only be used by employees.

Bentour will not sell cheap holidays by maintaining a balance of quality and price.

Bentour is a tour operator that focuses mainly on Turkey but also evaluates the demands of countries such as Greece, Egypt, and Morocco.

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