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Flydubai launches new business boarding gate

Posted 3 November 2015 · Add Comment

Dubai-based flydubai has announced the launch of its Business Boarding Gate at Terminal 2, Dubai International.

This latest service will ensure a more comfortable and quicker transition for Business Class passengers from check-in to boarding. Combined with priority check-in, a shorter time through security on departure and access to the Business Lounge, the Business Boarding Gate provides a more convenient passenger experience. 

Light snacks and beverages will be available at the Business Boarding Gate, as well as access to complimentary wireless broadband internet. Leading Arabic and English daily newspapers are available at the gate. Once the flight is ready to depart, a dedicated bus service will transport passengers to the aircraft, promising a maximum wait time of up to 10 minutes at the Business Boarding Gate.

 

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