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APG Network celebrates its 30th anniversary

APG will be celebrating its 30th anniversary throughout 2021.

The APG Network currently has more than 110 offices across 170 countries and maintains commercial partnerships with more than 200 airlines worldwide. In addition, APG now operates its own airline, APG Airlines, an IATA member, which has allowed APG to develop several new distribution solutions linked to the airline’s code, GP.

Sandrine de Saint Sauveur, president, APG Inc, explained: "We are very proud to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the APG network, created by Jean-Louis Baroux, its visionary founder. It is a real "success story": We have always had a clear path and kept to the fundamentals of our business. At the start, there were 5 offices in 5 different countries, and now the network covers over 170 countries, and our worldwide presence is now one of our unique values.”

Richard Burgess, president of APG Network continued: “We have always favoured a human approach, always remained aligned with the needs of our industry, while also maintaining high standards and being proud of the confidence that our airline clients place in our global network. Of course, celebrating a 30th anniversary in the current climate is not easy. However, we are actively preparing for the rebound which we know will come sometime this year and we are confident that we will emerge from this crisis even stronger.”

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