Etisalat has announced a partnership with the Department of Culture and Tourism and Abu Dhabi Airports to offer all visitors a customised Visitor Pack.
As part of the partnership, passengers arriving at Abu Dhabi International can collect the Visitor Pack from the Department of Culture and Tourism visitor information counter.
The package includes a complimentary SIM card and a booklet of vouchers offering deals and discounts on theme parks, restaurants, shopping and other lifestyle categories.
The Department of Culture and Tourism said it plans to roll-out Etisalat’s services across their visitor information centre network at the airports, cruise terminal and other access points for tourists visiting the Emirate.
Khaled ElKhouly, chief consumer officer, Etisalat said: “Etisalat has partnered with leading brands providing us an opportunity to contribute to the tourism sector in the country. These offers will add value to our visitors, especially the free SIM card bundled with offers through selected brands.
"The ‘Visitor Pack’ caters to specific needs of visitors in the capital and is in line with the leadership’s direction to increase the happiness index of the country.”
Sultan Al Dhaheri, acting executive director of Tourism, Department of Culture and Tourism, said: “Abu Dhabi welcomed over 4.4 million guest arrivals last year, and we are looking forward to a successful partnership with Etisalat to launch customised packages and services for all Abu Dhabi tourists.”
Abdul Majeed Al Khoori, acting CEO of Abu Dhabi Airports, added: “We continuously strive to ensure that all passengers arriving at Abu Dhabi International Airport experience first class customer service across our terminals. We thank Etisalat and Department of Culture and Tourism for this new initiative and we are confident that it will be well extremely received by visitors to Abu Dhabi.”For all the latest business news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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