Condor Travel Expands to Brazil

The South American destination management company, Condor Travel, has expanded its business tourism operations into Brazil - now marking the sixth Latin America country where the company has a dedicated DMC division, according to a written release. "The strategic move into Brazil not only provides the international tourism community with an entire regional division devoted exclusively to the conference and incentive markets but also consolidates the benefits of Condor Travel's One Continent, One Brand synergy, which optimizes the client's investment and unique travel experiences," the release states. Visit (JP)

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