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Abu Dhabi Airports awards contract for development of lounge at Midfield Terminal

Posted 25 November 2019 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports has awarded the Midfield Terminal’s lounge construction and management contract to a joint venture between National Aviation Services (NAS) and Airport Dimensions, which combines NAS’ regional operational experience and Airport Dimensions’ expertise in managing passenger’s needs at international airports.

 

Spanning over 3,500 square meters, the new lounge will allow customers to enjoy premium lounge services, in line with Abu Dhabi Airports’ renowned Arabian hospitality and delivering a seamless and comfortable passenger experience.

The lounge will be located at the heart of the new Midfield Terminal, offering access to independent travellers, regardless of the airline they are traveling with or the class of their ticket. It is accessible to passengers who are departing or transiting through Abu Dhabi International Airport, forming a significant part of the airport’s world-class facilities.

Bryan Thompson, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “Our partnership with NAS and Airport Dimensions represents an exciting development for the future passengers of the Midfield Terminal, as the new lounge will provide an unparalleled customer experience for those travelling through Abu Dhabi International Airport.”

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