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Marhaba extends representation in MENA region

Dubai's airport ‘meet and greet’ service inks deal with Jordan-based travel management co.

Marhaba, Dubai's airport ‘meet and greet’ service, has signed a deal with Jordan-based travel management company, Refadah. With this new partnership, customers in Jordan and Algeria wishing to use the Marhaba service at Dubai International Airport will be able to book in advance through Refadah. Jon Conway, Divisional Senior Vice President, Dnata Airport Operations, said: "Refadah's personalized approach, uncompromising attention to detail and constant appraisal of services made it the natural choice to help us extend Marhaba's reach in Jordan and Algeria." Akram Sha'ar, CEO, Refadah International, added: "We are excited by the prospect of working in partnership with Dnata, the largest, most innovative and most successful supplier of air travel services in the Middle East. The Marhaba service reflects the warmth and hospitality of the Arab culture which have always been hallmarks of Refadah's services in Algeria and Jordan." The move follows the recent announcement that the Marhaba service can now be booked online at www.marhabaservices.com .

Drawn from many nationalities and cultures, Marhaba's staff cater to the needs of families, VIP passengers and corporate business travelers.

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