Sheikh Mohammed checks service at Dubai International Airport
Dubai Ruler checks the service at one of the world's busiest passenger airports
DUBAI // Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid toured Dubai International Airport on Thursday to check the quality of service at one the world's busiest airports.
The Vice President and Ruler of Dubai was accompanied by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai and Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation and Chief Executive of Emirates Group.
Sheikh Mohammed was assured of the quality of world-class services and facilities, WAM reported, as well as comfort and good treatment provided by the airport authorities to inbound and outbound travellers.
Sheikh Mohamed began his tour at the departures hall at Concourse 3 where he stopped at Emirate's check-in counters, baggage screening facilities and passport counters. He spoke to passport officers, urging them to show handsome treatment and warm welcome to travellers.
At the end of the tour, Sheikh Ahmed expressed his appreciation for Sheikh Mohammed's close inspection of traffic and passenger movement at the airport.
"Sheikh Mohammed's regular visits and tours of the airport represent a stimulus for all personnel and staff to provide best-in-class services for everyone and come up with innovative ideas that turn travel memories about Dubai more vivid and indelible," he said.
* With WAM
Updated: July 7, 2017 11:40 AM