The Marhaba meet and greet services fast-tracks passengers through airport formalities.
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Dubai-based air services provider dnata is expanding its Marhaba services in the Philippines with the opening of additional facilities at Clark International Airport.
“Marhaba’s dedicated agents will provide a warm welcome to customers and fast track them through the airport formalities, right up until the arrival area or departure gate,” according to Marhaba in a statement sent to Expatmedia.net.
The Marhaba meet and greet services is also available at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.
Starting this month, passengers departing from, arriving or transiting through NAIA can avail of Marhaba Meet & Greet services in Terminal 2.
For passengers at Clark airport, two new Marhaba lounges are scheduled to open in November. The facilities can accommodate up to 160 people, with Wi-Fi and all-day dining. Marhaba’s Meet & Greet Gold customers get free access.
By 2024, Marhaba will offer meet and greet services and operate four lounges in NAIA and Clark airport, manned by a team of 80 hospitality professionals.
“Our Meet & Greet and Lounge services have been designed to fully meet the needs of passengers of all travel classes, contributing to an excellent airport experience at every stage of the journey,” said Margaret Yu, CEO of dnata Philippines.
The Marhaba meet and greet service was launched in the UAE to help passengers arriving in or departing from Dubai International airport.
Travellers can relax and refresh before boarding their flight at Marhaba lounges by presenting eligible credit cards or other lounge access programs, or with purchase upon entry. Customers can also book access to over 400 lounges and Meet & Greet services provided by the brand’s global partners on marhabaservices.com. ICA/Expat Media
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