Tristar Worldwide wins silver at the Travel Weekly Magellan Awards!
21 Sep 2016
We are delighted to announce that Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services has won a Silver award for Ground Transportation in the prestigious 2016 Travel Weekly Magellan Awards!
We were awarded silver for our Worldwide Coverage in the Ground Transportation category. At Tristar, we transport over 2,000 people a day in more than 80 countries, covering more than 250 major business destinations around the world.
“This year’s winners continue to raise the bar, establishing themselves as not just the most talented and creative people in the travel industry but among the most creative and talented of any industry,” said Arnie Weissmann, editor in chief of Travel Weekly.
The Magellan Awards are judged and overseen by a one-of-a-kind panel of top travel professionals representing the best names and most accomplished leaders from the industry. In determining winners, entries do not compete with one another, instead they are judged against a standard of excellence based on the long experience of Travel Weekly. To uphold this high standard of excellence, a category may have multiple winners, or may have no winners at all.
The Travel Weekly Magellan Awards honors the best in travel and salutes the outstanding travel professionals behind it all. Tristar is very pleased to uphold the standards of excellence required by Travel Weekly, and is proud to receive the Silver Magellan Award.
Michael Fogarty, Tristar’s President and CEO for the Americas, said: “We are dedicated to providing an outstanding travel experience for every client. We combine exceptional reliability, a high level of safety and a consistently great service wherever our clients are travelling in the world. By having offices on three continents and with operations around the world, we are perfectly positioned to deliver a first-class global chauffeur service.
We’re so pleased that Travel Weekly has recognized our achievements and we will continue to provide excellent service to our passengers across the globe.”