His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, emphasized the importance of maintaining the renowned Emirati model of providing excellent and high quality services in various forms. Within various sectors, these services are provided to citizens or residents of the country, to anyone visiting its land or as a guest of honor, and according to the highest international standards and practices.
He said: The work is ongoing to increase the competitiveness of all service sectors and reach their peak levels. The travel and tourism industry is a major sector globally that has demonstrated quality excellence at all times and under various circumstances. .. Efforts continue 24 hours a day within an integrated system aimed at ensuring the safety and comfort of all.
This happened during a visit to Dubai International Airport today Thursday with His Highness Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance. His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Zayed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Authority Civil Aviation, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Airline Group, to review the workflow at the airport, services and facilities provided by various partners for a comfortable and safe journey for travelers to various destinations around the world. It offers to ensure the experience.
During the journey, His Highness was briefed on the smart technologies developed to ensure the highest level of smooth flow of passengers, from entering Dubai Airport to reaching the departure gate, and working methods to finalize travel procedures. and boarding their flights, His Highness was also briefed on the arrangements to accommodate Dubai Airports. A significant increase in travel traffic coincides with the summer holiday season. Efficiency and speed in terms of travel procedures or services and facilities that meet all the needs of passengers while at Dubai airports. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum praised the excellent performance of Dubai Airports under the supervision and follow-up of Sheikh Ahmed bin Zayed Al Maktoum. As a major and effective hub for global aviation and a meeting point connecting the East with the West, he noted the importance of continuing to work to create a better and more comfortable environment for travelers via Dubai International Airport and all travel outlets. Continually modernizing and enhancing the capabilities of Dubai Airports as a role model in delivering new quality standards to the travel experience around the world.
He emphasized the importance of continuing to adhere to all measures and measures to ensure air traffic to and from Dubai Airport. The total number of passengers traveling through Dubai Airport is expected to reach around 58 million passengers by the end of this year, with the airport receiving more than 13.6 million passengers in the first quarter of this year, with expectations to increase.
During the visit, he called upon the various authorities operating at Dubai International Airport to intensify cooperation between all air, sea and ground travel outlets and work in a team spirit to accelerate the pace of providing security. Ensuring that passengers have access to logistical services and various guarantees that guarantee their comfort and happiness till they depart for their destinations with ease.
During the visit, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum heard a presentation on the smart technologies used at Dubai International Airport to speed up travel procedures and ensure the safety and comfort of passengers on board various airlines’ flights. By 2021, 84 carriers will operate their flights through the airport, apart from Emirates Airlines, which has announced that it will operate 24,000 scheduled flights to a total of 198 destinations in 93 countries across the globe. From 129 airports around the world in July and August this year.
The visit was attended by the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Director General of the Directorate General of Residency and Expatriates Affairs, His Excellency Lieutenant General Mohammed Al Marri and his senior officers. His Excellency Lieutenant General Talal Belhaul Al Falasi, Director General of the State Security Service in Dubai and several other leaders and officers.
The Smart Gates deployed at Dubai Airports provide inbound and outbound passengers the ability to complete passport control procedures within seconds as the Smart Gates have a smooth process by recognizing the eye print to complete the transaction. Notably, Dubai International Airport will receive 29.1 million passengers in 2021, retaining its top spot as the world’s busiest international airport for the eighth year in a row.
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