Iberia, official airline of the Professional Golfers Association in Spain
Wednesday 4, May 2011
Iberia has signed an agreement with the PGA giving golf professionals special advantages in air travel. The deal was sealed by Javier Giménez, Iberia's Sales Services Unit chief, and by Carlos Mayo Isla, CEO-executive director of PGA in Spain.
Iberia and the Professional Golfers Association in Spain (PGA Spain) have signed a commercial agreement whereby the Spanish airline is designated "official airline".
Under the agreement, Iberia will offer special prices to golf professionals as well as a special luggage allowance for their equipment. Iberia will also cooperate in the tournaments organized by the association.
In turn, the PGA will publicize Iberia's status as official airline and include its logo and corporate image on internal and external publicity materials and its website.
The agreement was signed by Javier Giménez, chief of the Iberia Sales Service unit, and by Carlos Mayo Isla, CEO-executive director of the PGA in Spain.
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