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Dubai Airports honours airlines, concessionaires and business partners

Posted 25 April 2019 · Add Comment

Dubai Airports has honoured airlines, concessionaires and business partners who have demonstrated their commitment to improving service and delivering exceptional customer experiences at both of Dubaiís airports at the Dubai Airports Excellence Awards held this week.

 

“Working with a team spirit is one of the secrets of the success of Dubai’s aviation sector. The results of this success were highlighted at the DA Excellence Awards where that team spirit was recognised,” said HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman of Dubai Airports.

“At Dubai Airports we have consistently invested over the years to continuously improve the quality and variety of services we provide to airlines and travellers, and we are working hard to achieve our vision and our brand promise of transforming global travel to suit not only current but future expectations. DXB is no longer just a place for the traveller to reach their destination, it is itself a destination, a hub connecting the entire world, and providing customers with incomparable choices offered through our partners."

The awards were presented by the CEO of Dubai Airports Paul Griffiths, as a true celebration of the contributions to the airport experience made by commercial service partners and airlines. Focusing on Customer Service, Operations, Innovation, Partnership, Sustainability and Pride and Dedication, nominations were submitted from around the airport community for airlines and commercial partners over several months and a board of judges decided the final outcomes.

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