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Emirates Airlines announces a very special offer for its customers in Dubai and Sharjah
Emirates Airlines announces a very special offer for its customers in Dubai and Sharjah

Emirates Airlines announced the addition of another distinguished experience for first-class customers in Dubai and Sharjah, by providing them with a check-in service at homes or hotels, without fees.

And it stated in a statement that its employees visit homes or hotels where customers stay on pre-booked dates, to complete all travel procedures, including checking documents, registering baggage, and issuing boarding passes, and then employees transfer passengers’ baggage directly to the airport, while they can Passengers head to the airport at their convenience with the free pre-booked chauffeur-drive service, pointing out that it has prepared a special “counter” at the airport for any baggage that may be added at the last minute.

According to Emirates Airlines, customers must book the free home travel procedures service at least 24 hours before the flight, noting that the last date for completing the service is six hours before the plane takes off.

In addition, "Dnata Representation Services", a subsidiary of "Dnata Travel Group", signed a partnership agreement with the German hotel group "Deutsche Hospitality", to serve as its exclusive representative partner in the countries of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf.

This announcement comes at a time when the German group is expanding its presence in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries with the recent opening of “Steigenberger Hotel Doha” in Qatar, “Intercity Hotel Jaddaf Dubai Waterfront” and the acquisition of “Al Hamra Residences” management and “Al Hamra Village” hotel in Ras The tent. It will also open soon another "Intercity" hotel in Muscat, and "Jazz in the City" in Dubai.

Through regional sales and extensive marketing support, dnata Representation Services will enhance the presence of the Deutsche Hospitality brand in the GCC markets and develop the business of the growing number of hotels.