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RJ launches a suite of premium meet and greet services

Posted 12 February 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian has lined up at its base, Queen Alia International Airport, a suite of premium meet and greet services for departing, arriving and transit passengers.

RJ's services are offered by Tikram Airport Services Company. Tikram means ‘with pleasure’ in Arabic.

Tikram, which was a joint venture between RJ and Worldwide Flight Services, is fully owned by RJ since March 2017. The company was established in line with RJ’s strategy of expanding vertically by identifying new and attractive business opportunities associated with air travel.

It is the exclusive meet and greet service provider at QAIA; its services include immigration and security fast track, porter services and luggage wrapping, hosting passengers in the departure lounge (RJ’s Crown Lounge) and oriental-style arrival lounge, limousine service and in-terminal shuttle.

Tikram’s 24/7 counters serve VIPs, families and groups, including airlines, hotel guests, bank and telecom customers, event management companies, large corporate entities, travel agencies and tour operators, as well as embassy staff.

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler said: “We are glad that Tikram is now offering Jordan’s guests traveling through Queen Alia International Airport a broad range of services that make their airport experience as efficient, seamless and convenient as possible.

“Tikram services complement all other compelling services RJ offers online at very competitive prices. We are confident that Tikram meet and greet will enhance all customers' experience, which we constantly work to boost, whether in the air or on the ground.”

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