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DUBZ offers home check-in services to Emirates passengers

Posted 30 November 2020 · Add Comment

DUBZ, dnata's baggage technology and logistics company, has partnered with Emirates and now offers its popular home check-in services to the leading international airline's passengers, too.

DUBZ offers home check-in services to Emirates passengers.  Image: Dnata

The service of DUBZ enables Emirates passengers departing from Dubai to begin their safe travel experience by completing their home check-in, baggage disinfection, and quickly and efficiently complete their PCR test in the comfort of their home. Customers also have the option to book fast-track marhaba services to help whisk them through airport immigration for an even more contactless on ground experience. Emirates passengers can book their home check-in services online up to 24 hours before their flight and receive the service between 24 hours and 8 hours before scheduled departure time.

 

Omar Abou Faraj, CEO of DUBZ, said: "It brings me great joy to announce that DUBZ Home Check-In is now available to all Emirates passengers traveling out of Dubai. Innovation is part of the identity at Emirates and DUBZ, and I have high hopes that this collaboration will build on this unique culture of creativity to provide Emirates passengers with a safe and seamless travel experience. With today's challenging environment, such innovation is much needed and demanded by passengers and aviation players alike."

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