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Emirates New Headquarters Inspected By UAE Ruler

Vice President and  Prime Minister of the UAE, Shaikh Mohammed Bih Rashid Al Maktoum, inspected Emirate Groups new headquarters which overlooks Dubai Airport and cost more than Dh400 million to build.  The new building is the headquarters for Emirates, flydubai, and Dnata.  

Shaikh Mohammad inspected e-check in procedures, was briefed about travel procedures such as checking in, and visited the electronic operations center of the Emirates.  He also visited the employee service center housing the groups 40,000 employees, and visited the roof of the building overlooking the airport and the new Terminal 3, used exclusively by Emirates. Shaikh Mohammad said the new building is a great achievement that will help deliver the best and fastest service to customers.
 

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