People travelling with Emirates may soon find they can get all the information they need from the airline’s staff.

People taking flights to Dubai with Emirates could soon find that they can get all the information they need about their holiday from the airline’s staff.

The Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing has announced that it is working on a project which will provide training for staff working with the airline to make them as knowledgeable as possible about what is going on in the emirate.

Staff are trained on new developments, what is opening soon and the key selling points of the location.

“Dubai is always growing and diversifying, so this type of regular training with our teams ensures that our clients are always provided with the most up to date destination knowledge” said Barry Brown, Emirates vice-president for Australasia.

The scheme could help to encourage even more people to book flights to Dubai, with the international airport already reporting seeing 4.7 million passengers in the first seven months of the year.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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