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Emirates to provide fast-track Tikram services to its customers

Posted 30 December 2019 · Add Comment

Emirates has launched a fast-track Tikram services to its customers departing and arriving in to Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA).

 

The Tikram services will facilitate smoother journeys for the almost 300 premium passengers that travel on Emirates First and Business Class as well as top tier Emirates Skywards members who frequent Amman each day. The services will start from 1 January 2020.

The airline recently signed an agreement with Tikram, which includes complimentary immigration and security fast-track clearance upon departure, as well as fast-track immigration on arrival for passengers travelling in Emirates First and Business Class and Emirates Skywards Platinum and Gold members travelling in any class, with no pre-booking required.

The agreement was signed by Mohammad Lootah Emirates area manager for Jordan and West Bank and Tikram managing director Basem Muhtasib.

Mohammed Lootah, said: "Emirates is pleased to partner with Tikram to provide our premium passengers with world-class services on the ground in Jordan, and we will continue to enhance our offering to ensure the best possible airport experience for our customers."

Bassem Muhtasib, managing director of Tikram said: "Tikram for Airport Services is the exclusive meet and greet service provider at Queen Alia International Airport which provides passengers a taste of Jordanian hospitality during their travel experience on the ground, and we look forward to providing our services on a complimentary basis to Emirates passengers."

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