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Abu Dhabi Airports opens new sleeping facility for transfer passengers in Terminal 3

Posted 20 June 2018 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports has the opened of Aerotel’s new airport transit sleeping facility at the Abu Dhabi International Airport.

 

The latest addition marks the airport’s second facility that is operated by Aerotel of Plaza Premium Group.

Open 24 hours a day, the hotel offers flexible hourly booking slots which gives easy access for transit passengers seeking a quick power rest. Its offers include a 2-hour day package between 09:00 to 20:00 and a 4-hour night package available from 20:00 to 9:00.

Saoud Al Shamsi, Acting Chief Commercial Officer (ACCO) of Abu Dhabi Airports said: “Abu Dhabi Airports’ utmost priority is to ensure a convenient, seamless journey for passengers travelling through the Abu Dhabi International Airport. With more than 20 million people transiting through the airport, the establishment of Aerotel’s new hotel facility cements Abu Dhabi Airports’ position in providing world-class solutions to best accommodate such demand.”

“We look forward to strengthening our efforts with Plaza Premium Group and the rest of our partners to continuously create innovative airport services that redefines travel experiences with Abu Dhabi International Airport,” Al Shamsi concluded

 

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