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DC Aviation Al-Futtaim extends partnership with Al-Futtaim Lexus

Posted 21 October 2019 · Add Comment

DC Aviation Al-Futtaim (DCAF) is extending its cooperation with Al-Futtaim Lexus through a collaboration with Intersect by Lexus.

 

The partnership will see DCAF’s clientele enjoy food and beverages in line with the omotenashi approach which translates to “hospitality culture at its finest” in Japanese.

Through the partnership, DCAF’s VVIP customers will now enjoy a healthy, classy and bespoke experience along the lines offered at Intersect by Lexus, at its lounge located at Dubai South near Al Maktoum International Airport. Customers can expect to be treated to specially handcrafted menus, light bites and signature drinks, in addition to enjoying a selection of finely brewed tea and coffee from premium suppliers Avantcha and RAW Coffee Company respectively.

Holger Ostheimer, managing director of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim, said, “At DCAF it has been our constant endeavour to provide our customers with the highest levels of experience. As part of our efforts to continuously improve our service offerings, we have partnered with Intersect by Lexus to provide our clients with a unique experience every time they fly from our facility. We are extremely delighted to start this project with them.” 

Mohammed Maktari, managing director of Al-Futtaim Lexus, said: “We are extremely pleased with our partnership with DC Aviation Al-Futtaim. Our specially crafted menu which has been meticulously curated by our top chefs using only the finest and freshest ingredients is sure to delight every palate. This collaboration is in line with Lexus’ philosophy to surprise and inspire beyond expectations and offering customers an enriching experience that will satisfy their high-end lifestyle.”

 

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