Tauck Honors Flight Attendants

by Daniel McCarthy

Ahead of Friday’s International Flight Attendant Day, Tauck is thanking flight attendants with a 60-second tribute video posted online this week.

The video highlights Tauck Directors posing with flight attendants in airports and on flights around the world.  It will be posted to all of Tauck’s social channels in honor of International Flight Attendant Day on Friday, May 31.

“We have a keen appreciation for all that flight attendants do,” said Tauck CEO Dan Mahar.  “Our missions are similar – we’re all dedicated to delivering exceptional travel experiences – and we’re grateful for everything that flight attendants do to care for our Tauck Directors as they travel the world.”

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