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Marhaba reopens popular airport lounges at DXB

Posted 2 July 2020 · Add Comment

Marhaba, Dnata's airport hospitality brand, has reopened two of its popular airport lounges at Dubai International's (DXB) Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 (Concourse "B") with enhanced safety measures.

Marhaba’s enhanced services ensure a safe journey from check-in to baggage delivery.  Image Marhaba

Hosted by marhaba's safety ambassadors, the lounges are open to passengers of all travel classes, inviting them to relax or catch up with work in a safe, peaceful environment. Customers can further upgrade their travel experience and enjoy complete peace of mind throughout their journey by booking marhaba's Home Check-in and Meet & Greet services.

 

Steve Allen, divisional senior vice president, UAE Airport Operations and Travel, dnata, said: "Following the recent announcement of our innovative Home Check-in services, we are delighted to deliver more great news for Dubai travellers. By opening our popular airport lounges at Dubai International we offer travellers more options to boost their travel experience and enjoy a safe and smooth journey.

 

"Our services help passengers minimize touchpoints and maximize safety while enjoying tailor-made, customer-oriented services from check-in to baggage delivery. Our trained safety ambassadors stay committed to providing service excellence to the residents and visitors of Dubai, every day."

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