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Emirates Skywards opens new one-stop centre at Dubai International Airport

Posted 23 January 2019 · Add Comment

Emirates Skywards, the loyalty programme of Emirates and flydubai, has celebrated the opening of its new Emirates Skywards Centre in Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

 

The centre was inaugurated by Dr Nejib Ben Khedher, senior vice president, Emirates Skywards and Nick Moore, senior vice president, passenger services, Emirates.

The Emirates Skywards Centre at DXB will function as a one-stop customer touchpoint for all new and existing members of the Emirates Skywards loyalty programme and will provide assistance across a wide range of services including programme enrolment, profile creation and luggage tag printing.  Emirates Skywards staff will also be available onsite to consult with members on all Tiers and Miles related queries including how to earn, purchase, spend Miles and make optimum use of expiring Miles

“With our new Emirates Skywards Centre, the aim is to be one step closer to our members and to help them maximise their experience and value from the programme,” said Dr Nejib Ben Khedher. “Members can stop by at any time for all their Skywards needs - whether it is getting information on membership tiers, finding out about our latest partners or using their Skywards Miles to access special events at their destination,” he added.

The Emirates Skywards Centre is now open and located at the Departures Level in Concourse B at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3. The Centre is accessible to all current and new Emirates Skywards members departing from and connecting to flights in Terminal 3.

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