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Cox & Kings appoints Classic Vacations as PSA in Sri Lanka

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Cox & Kings Ltd Relationships Head Karan Anand, Expolanka Group CEO/Executive Director Hanif Yusoof and Cox & Kings Ltd Vice President Combined Buying Group Asia Pacific and Middle East Sanjeet Joher

Cox and Kings Ltd, the leading holidays and education travel group with operations in 23 countries, has appointed Classic Vacations as its Preferred Sales Agent (PSA) in Sri Lanka to promote and sell outbound holidays from Sri Lanka. 
Classic Vacations is one of the leading luxury vacation travel companies from the country. 
Cox & Kings Ltd is a well-known name in India with a presence across more than 150 locations within the country and is a very strong inbound player as well. Globally, it has an excellent network in Europe, the Middle East, USA, Australia and New Zealand, which will enable Classic Vacations to leverage on its strength.  

Speaking on the occasion, Cox and Kings Relationships Head Karan Anand said, “We are delighted to partner with Classic Vacations who are specialists  in the luxury space and we will support their endeavour to increase outbound tourism from Sri Lanka.’’
The total number of Sri Lankan travellers overseas is more than 1.3 million and the market is growing by at least 15 percent year-on-year.  
Classic Travel CEO Suresh Mendis said, “We are proud to be associated with the Cox & Kings brand in Sri Lanka. With years of experience on innovative customer satisfaction that they have gathered in the Indian market, we feel that the Cox & Kings and Classic Vacations partnership will grow from strength to strength in the very near future.”

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