Flydubai has launched a new doorstep check-in and baggage collection service in partnership with Dubz and dnata, allowing passengers to travel hassle-free from their home or office to the airport.
Available for booking online on new and existing itineraries, the new Home Check-in service allows flydubai passengers to check in to their flight and hand over their baggage to dedicated Dubz staff from the comfort of their home or office, from 24 hours to six hours ahead of departure.
A team from Dubz will pick up the baggage, print boarding passes and baggage tags on the spot and deliver the bags directly to the airport. Passengers who travel with hand baggage only can benefit also from the service. A representative of Dubz will collect their bag from home or the office and hand the bag to the passenger before boarding the aircraft.
Flydubai passengers arriving in Dubai have the option to have their baggage collected from the luggage belt and directly delivered to their hotel, residence or office.
Jeyhun Efendi, senior vice president, commercial operations at flydubai, said: “Our partnership with Dubz and dnata sees another convenient travel benefit for flydubai’s passengers. Home Check-in is the latest addition to the flydubai offering and it demonstrates our team’s dedication to delivering a customised travel experience available to all our passengers.”
Home Check-in is available at Terminal 2 at Dubai International for all flydubai passengers departing from and arriving in Dubai. Home baggage collection and check-in starts at a standard price of Dh110 ($29.9) for one bag, while the belt pick-up starts at Dh99 ($26.9). Passengers can enjoy a 30 per cent discount on standard prices until June 30. - TradeArabia News Service
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