Emirates Launches Regional Charter Services For Short Flights Offering Comfort & VIP Treats

Emirates
by Vaishalee Kalvankar

Emirates, one of the two flag carriers of the UAE, is known for always offering the best services to its passengers. They always keep coming up with services that enhance the passenger’s travel experience. Emirates has introduced an on-demand regional charter service that provides passengers who want to travel for brief distances inside the GCC from Dubai’s Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) with flexibility, convenience, privacy, and comfort.

Emirates Launches Regional Charter Services

Customers can fly to a variety of GCC destinations both inside and outside the Emirates network, with short turnarounds to locations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, and within the UAE, using the airline’s Phenom 100 twin-engine aircraft. 

A well-stocked hamper of snacks and beverages will be provided to guests on the short flights, and the aircraft has room for up to four passengers. In addition to a carry-on handbag, each traveller is permitted to check one medium-sized bag weighing up to 15 kilograms. 

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Chauffeur Drive Services And More

The charter services provide privacy, a high degree of flexibility, and a hassle-free ground experience. This will be beneficial for passengers with hectic schedules.  

Customers in Dubai may anticipate VIP treatment upon arrival with this new service. They will have a dedicated agent who will help them throughout the airport trip. The agent will be ensuring low pre-flight wait periods, as well as transportation to DWC by Emirates Chauffeur Drive Services. 

Customers benefit from swift VIP clearance at customs and immigration and quick on-ground escorted arrival offered by private terminal service partners when they arrive at their destination. Upon arrival, they will also have access to the exclusive terminal lounge.

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