Bloomington, IN, February 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Gant Travel Management.
Companies Can Trust Gant in Crisis.
Gant’s BOVINE tracking system was first to contact clients after emergency plane landing in the Hudson River.
Gant Travel Management’s BOVINE tracking system allowed for a quick response to company managers after an emergency plane landing in the Hudson River last week. USAirway’s flight #1549 had to make an emergency landing in New York City’s Hudson River after the engines failed, just minutes after take-off en-route to Charlotte, NC. There were approximately 145 passengers on board, none of which were Gant’s clients.
Gant was able to alert companies quickly to ensure their employees' safety and whereabouts after the emergency landing. Gant’s BOVINE system is unique in that there were no delays when gathering the information needed to inform their clients about their employees' flight information. This allowed Gant travel managers to quickly locate their clients and assure managers of their safety.
The plane was still being evacuated and passengers were on the wing of the plane when Bob Smyth, Vice President of Gant Travel Management, contacted Dianne Filip, Director of Meetings and Travel at DeVry Inc., and informed her that none of her employees were on USAirways flight #1549. Dianne replied saying, “this was an impressive service and was the first thing on my mind.”
Gant prides itself in knowing they can assure their clients of the safety and whereabouts of their travelers quickly and efficiently in an emergency situation.
Contact: Patrick Linnihan
Tel: 630-227-3836 Email: Patrick.firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ganttravel.com