High flyer wins ambitious award

PUBLISHED: 16:02 21 March 2007 | UPDATED: 21:37 29 May 2010

Carolyn Moxon with her SHINE award

Carolyn Moxon with her SHINE award

HIGH praise has been given to a Dunmow lady who has been voted Business Woman of the Year at the Oscars of the tourism industry last week. Carolyn Moxon, MD of Maxjet airline, was presented the SHINE Award by tourism Minister Shaun Woodward MP at a ceremo

HIGH praise has been given to a Dunmow lady who has been voted Business Woman of the Year at the Oscars of the tourism industry last week.

Carolyn Moxon, MD of Maxjet airline, was presented the SHINE Award by tourism Minister Shaun Woodward MP at a ceremony that was one of the highlights of National Tourism Week.

Mrs Moxon said: "I am very proud to be part of the Maxjet team that has established the airline as a major carrier across the Atlantic, with a growing number of passengers to a growing number of United States destinations.

"What better way to celebrate this success than in National Tourism Week as Maxjet continues to attract more leisure travellers."

Mark Pendlington, Stansted Airport's communications director, said: "This is a great moment for Carolyn, for Maxjet and for Stansted.

"I was delighted to be at the ceremony and to be among the first to congratulate her on this outstanding achievement.

"This award recognises all that is best in a quality service, offered at an affordable price and that is increasingly popular with travellers.

"Carolyn takes centre stage as the tourism industry rewards her dedication and commitment in making Maxjet the success it is today. Everyone at Stansted is thrilled to bits!

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