Business travel - the good and not so good

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Johannesburg - British Airways, operated by Comair, has been voted top brand for SA business flyers for fifth consecutive year.

The Domestic Airlines clinched the honour for the Business-to-Business category in the Sunday Times Top Brands Awards 2013 survey, announced at The Maslow hotel in Johannesburg on Thursday.

Comair's low- cost carrier followed in second place. British Airways (operated by Comair) also scooped second place in the Domestic Airlines (Business-to-Consumer) category.

Shaun Pozyn, Marketing Manager for British Airways (operated by Comair) and said, “This is a great accolade for both our Comair brands to be voted tops by consumers year on year. Comair Limited is continuously investing in the latest technology to provide premium services and enhance the entire customer experience, and we are pleased our efforts are being recognised and enjoyed by our customers.”

“British Airways (operated by Comair) ensures customers enjoy a seamless travel experience before their flight, in the air and when they reach their destination. From the speed and convenience of the booking process and self service check-in, to the comfort and convenience provided by the SLOW lounges, to the freshness and quality of the food produced by our in-house catering division, Food Directions, we are always striving to offer an even better experience in all aspects of our service delivery,” adds Pozyn.

Business travel carriers - the good and not so good

The Sunday Times Top Brands Award winners were as follows:

Domestic Airlines (Business-to-Business) category
•    First place: British Airways (operated by Comair)
•    Second place:
•    Third place: South African Airways
•    Fourth place: Mango Airlines

Domestic Airlines (Business-to-Consumer) category
•    First place: South African Airways
•    Second place: British Airways (operated by Comair)
•    Third place: Mango Airlines
•    Fourth place:

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