Robbi Jumaa Hamida Wins ARC's Travel Agency Representative of the Year Award

Courtesy of Nexion Travel Group

Nexion Travel Group’s Senior Vice President of Agency Operations Robbi Jumaa Hamida was recognized as the Travel Agency Representative of the Year at the Airline Reporting Corp.’s (ARC) recent TravelConnect conference. The Travel Agency Representative of the Year Award is given to an individual who promotes collaboration between the airline industry and travel agents. Hamida has worked closely with ARC in a variety of functions, including the Debit Memo Working Group, and has consulted with ARC on several programs including the Memo Analyzer and Agency BI data solutions.

A travel industry veteran, Hamida previously served as Vice President of Operations for Nexion and prior to that as Director of Agent Development and Director of Air Programs. Earlier in his career, he was a travel agency owner and spent several years with American Express. In his current role, he oversees Nexion Travel Group’s planning and operations, as well as works with parent organization Travel Leaders Group on company-wide strategic initiatives. Hamida serves on several travel industry advisory boards and commissions. He is based at Nexion Travel Group’s headquarters in Irving.

Nexion Travel Group is a fully accredited host agency, offering membership to independent travel professionals since 1995. As part of Travel Leaders Group, Nexion Travel Group provides ticketing, operations and fulfillment support to independent travel professionals coupled with tools, technology, marketing, education and support.


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