The VIP Terminal at Dubai South’s Aviation District began operations when an Embraer Legacy aircraft with 13 passengers took off for The Maldives yesterday. This is the world’s first 7-star facility dedicated to private aviation. The terminal will cater exclusively to business aviation
Khalifa Al Zaffin, executive chairman of Dubai Aviation City Corporation, said that the stage is now set for robust growth in Dubai’s luxury travel sector. The 5,600 sq m terminal will cater specifically to private, business and government VIP travelers.
According to industry reports, the UAE is the third largest market for business aircraft in Middle East with 17 percent market share. Dubai has set its sight on emerging as the bright spot in aircraft management industry in the Middle East
The terminal will offer exceptional levels of service to passengers and aircraft owners in the private aviation industry, including club space, concierge services, business support suite, conference rooms and, in some locations, restaurants, luxury retail opportunities and car spa services. The hangars are of the highest global standards,
This private aviation terminal has been pressed into service before the one being reportedly built at the King Fahd International Airport in Saudi Arabia.