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Emirates airline opened its services in Peshawar Airport

PESHAWAR, Nov 02: Emirates Airline, United Arab Emirates based National Flag carrier, opened its customer/sale office at Bacha Khan International Airport here on Friday.


The Emirates vice President, Khalid Bardan formally inaugurated the office in a ceremony held here at Peshawar airport, in which Civil Aviation Authority CAA, Airport Manager, Sadiqur Rehman, other officials and staffs of Emirates Airline International participated. The opening of the new office is to reinforce Emirates commitment to provide quality services to and facilitate its customer base in the northern region of the country, said Khalid Bardan said while talking to media person.


“We need to ensure our presence as per the increasing demands of our customers, he said adding the Airline’s initiative was glaring example for positioning its closeness to customers.


The Airline President further said that the airline has been operating in 120 destinations around 74 states across the world. He said that Emirates had also received more than 500 rewards due to marvelous and customer friendly steps.


Mr Bardan maintained that the national flag carrier strive to extend maximum ease and convenience to all air travelers by offering a comprehensive array of facilities to make their travel experience comfortable and exciting.


He hoped that the Airline new office would accommodate and assist elderly travelers and unaccompanied minor for their safe journey in multiple destinations around the world. For the purpose, he informed the airline will provide free of cost wheelchairs and Ambulifter to elderly travelers, while minor would also assisted by well-trained staff. Mr Bardan also elaborated that the office would also assist regarding flights inquiry to the valuable Emirates customers.



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  1. Bacha khan airline 31 decmber wala open howa ya nahi

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