DC Aviation Al-Futtaim signs partnership agreement with Click Aviation Network

posted on 24th May 2021 by Eddie Saunders
DC Aviation Al-Futtaim signs partnership agreement with Click Aviation Network

DC Aviation Al-Futtaim (DCAF), business aviation company with its stand-alone VVIP lounges and hangar facility, has announced it has entered into a partnership with Click Aviation Network.

As part of the agreement, Click Aviation Network customers will enjoy a dedicated Click Aviation lounge, 24 hours on-site customs and immigration, ground support, conference room facility, business services, crew lounges and passenger shower facility at DCAF’s fully integrated facility at Dubai South.

In addition, the VVIP lounge offers the highest levels of comfort and privacy and due to its unique location at Al Maktoum International Airport, guests enjoy seamless access to their aircraft which is parked in front of DCAF’s lounge facilities, making passenger boarding and deboarding extremely convenient.

The agreement will also see DCAF offer line maintenance services, passenger and crew transportation, as well as arranging catering, hotel accommodation and local transport for Click Aviation customers aircraft.

“At DCAF we are continuously looking for ways to improve our service levels to meet the ever-growing demands of our customers,” said Holger Ostheimer, Managing Director of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim.  

“These agreements reflect the increasing popularity of our services and expertise and we are extremely pleased to bring on board Click Aviation.

“We look forward to providing their clients with the highest levels of service”.

“Click Aviation’s vision of a global network can only be achieved when parties collaborate and help one another,” said Samer Mansour, Managing Director of Click Aviation Network.

“Our partnership with DC Aviation Al-Futtaim, a premier FBO with luxury facilities at its FBO, will be another leading step for Click.

“We are honored to partner with them and we look forward to a long and successful partnership”.