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Dubai Airports Launches Executive Flights Centre

Dubai Airports has officially launched the all new premier VIP terminal and executive travel facility at Dubai International- the Executive Flights Centre (EFC). The announcement was made by the CEO of Dubai Airports Paul Griffiths at a Press conference held on the sidelines of the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA 2008) on Sunday.
EFC terminal has its own dedicated immigration and customs sections — it is the only terminal in the Middle East to boast e-Gates for quick immigration clearance, it has an exclusive Dubai Duty Free outlet, a fully equipped business/conference centre, eight luxury private lounges, and a limousine service between aircraft and the terminal.

Source: Khaleej Times

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