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Dnata Travel Opens Counter At Dubai International Airport

Dnata Travel has opened a new ticket counter at Dubai International Airport in Terminal 1.  The new counter will be open 24 hours a day providing dedicated ticketing services for low cost airlines flydubai, Air Arabia, Air Blue, Air India Express, and Jazeera Airways.  A Dnata team will also offer travel related service such as car hire, insurance, issuance of international driver’s licenses, and complete holiday packages. Customers can visit the counter in person to book a flight, or first call 04 216 2601 before collecting tickets.

Vice President for Dnata Travel, Majid Al Mulla, said the new counter has been set up in response to demand from customers because “ Over the past few months we have experienced a significant growth in the demand for travel on low cost carriers.  We expect this trend to continue and are working towards widening this service to allow us to retail tickets for more low cost carriers in the future.”
 

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