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DXB wins big at Airport Food and Beverage Conference and Awards

Posted 5 July 2019 · Add Comment

DXB claimed success at the eighth annual Airport Food and Beverage (FAB) Conference and Awards, held recently in Dallas, Texas and organised by The Moodie Davitt Report, with its restaurants, cafes and bars bringing home 11 of the industry honours.

 

The globally recognised awards were presented following decisions made by a panel of expert industry judges.

In February of this year, Dubai Airports launched DXB as a brand, vowing to transform the customer experience and take the 90million passengers per year at the world’s busiest international airport in a new and exciting direction by creating a destination within a destination. The honours presented at FAB 2019 came as huge recognition of the efforts already made by Dubai Airports and its partners, working across all three of the airport’s terminals, at the start of this journey.

Specific recognition of this transformation was given to DXB’s Concourse B, which was recommended as “Airport Food & Beverage Offer of the Year.”

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