Dnata’s home check-in service relieves UAE passengers

The home check-in and home PCR testing services offered by dnata, through its non-airport wing DUBZ, have brought tremendous relief to passengers traveling from the United Arab Emirates amid the ongoing pandemic caused by Covid-19.

The one-of-a-kind service showcased at the airport lounge, which opened at the Dubai World Trade Center on Monday, is receiving much attention.

A mobile check-in van equipped with the latest technology is integral to the success of off-airport check-in procedures.

A team of well-trained DUBZ staff come to the passenger’s home, receive the luggage, issue the boarding pass and transport it to the airport to ensure a hassle-free travel experience for passengers who bypass the queues at airport, baggage transport and other travel. related drawbacks.

They provide total security with step-by-step baggage imagery, 360-degree CCTV and GPS tracking.

Samer Sobh, COO and co-founder of DUBZ, said: “We are the first to bring airport services to the city safely. With nationwide coverage, passengers can streamline their journey by taking the first and most critical stopover, from the comfort and safety of their own homes, ”he said.

DUBZ also offers a similar facility to arriving passengers, who can return home shortly after completing immigration control. The company will collect their luggage, clear it through customs and deliver it to their door.

Currently, dnata offers passenger services to 13 airlines, including the national carriers of the United Arab Emirates, Emirates, Etihad and flydubai. Passengers of Saudia and Qatar Airways can also take advantage of their services.

Samer Sobh said: “In the current scenario, our services have become even more important because they guarantee minimum contact with people during the trip. Since we also issue the boarding pass at their location, passengers can go directly to the immigration counters. “

DUBZ now offers group registration and PCR testing services which are in high demand as many companies quarantine their staff before going to the new locations.

They plan to replicate the success in other countries. “We are at an advanced stage of discussions with several Gulf and European countries,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service

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