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Emirates Holidays introduces Airport Ease

Posted 7 July 2021 · Add Comment

Emirates Holidays customers can now upgrade their airport experience and have their arrivals and departures taken care of with newly introduced packages known as Airport Ease.

 

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Airport Ease allows Emirates Holidays customers to take advantage of an introductory package starting from AED 499* for a complete arrivals experience. The package, valid for two people and up to four bags, includes an effortless end-to-end experience with Meet & Greet prior to reaching immigration, fast-track and a personalised escort through the arrivals hall, and Emirates’ signature Chauffer Drive service in a BMW 5 Series for onwards transport to their hotel or home. Emirates Holidays will also do the legwork on baggage handling and collection, in addition to a convenient baggage delivery option to any address in Dubai.

 

 

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