At this year’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Flash Horizon, a destination management company in UAE, was the official partner to handle all ground operations for ‘Orange Army’ 200 participants of Dutch driver Max Verstappen’s fans. Mohamed Khater, Regional Manager and Managing Partner of Flash Horizon, shares his views with TRAVTALK.
Flash Horizon in collaboration with Bahrain Tourism Exhibitions Authority and Bahrain International Circuit for the first time welcomed “Orange Army” of fans of the Dutch driver Max Verstappen.
Flash Horizon is part of Flash Group, established in 1985 an an Egyptian international company that owns various brands and sister companies in the field of tourism and hospitality. Flash Group operates in the Middle East, Africa and Europe offering full-fledged services for tourists. These range from hotel stays, Nile Cruises, transportation, desert camping, and restaurants. The company has a strong base in West European source markets, predominantly the Netherlands and France. The company intends to diversify its business and segments.
Mohamed Khater, Regional Manager and Managing Partner, Flash Horizon, shared, “We are leaders in organising the Formula F1 Groups to Abu Dhabi for the last few years. This year we ventured to the Bahrain Grand Prix with a contingent of 200 fans, who were welcomed by the Bahrain Tourism Exhibitions Authority and Bahrain International Circuit with a traditional Bahraini welcome, which included traditional dancers, presentation of tokens from the destination to the fans, who visited Bahrain for the first time.”
Working together with the government authorities in Bahrain, Flash Horizon has been instrumental in handling all ground operations from booking of hotels, tours, transfers/transportation, meet and assist etc. for the Orange Army due to its long standing expertise over the years.
The 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix is a Formula One race, which was held last month at the Bahrain International Circuit, a motor racing circuit in the west of Bahrain served as the season opener of the 2022 Formula One World Championship, and it was the eighteenth running of the Bahrain Grand Prix. It was held under the theme, “new era”.