Posted on: 14 November 2018 by Kimberley Young
Immfly is extending its operations in the Turkish and Middle Eastern markets with a new office in Istanbul, Turkey.
This follows recent partnerships with airlines in the region, including Pegasus, the first airline in Turkey launching Immfly digital services, and SunExpress, a subsidiary of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa.
The new office will enable Immfly to be closer to customers and ensure efficient coverage of the Turkish and Middle Eastern markets, the company says.
“Inaugurating a new office here in Turkey is a clear step-forward for Immfly. Everything that we were doing in Western Europe we can now do here,” said Yasemin Gurcan, part of the IT Team at the Immfly Turkey office.
Gurcan adds that being closer and able to see customers needs provides “security and ensures efficiency in delivering the results we promised.”
The office will have IT, operations and media and revenue teams which Immfly plans to use to support more markets in the region.
“We believe there are still opportunities in Turkey, but we want to explore further other countries in the Middle East or East of Europe leveraging out of the office in Turkey,” Jimmy Martinez co-founder of Immfly told Inflight. “Apart from that we are looking closer into the US and Asia which are natural growth markets for us.”
Immfly is also attending the Aviation Show MEASA in Dubai for the first time.