Hertz Expands #1 Club Gold Service to T3 @ Dubai Int. Airport

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 4 November 2011

Hertz UAE has added he Hertz #1 Club Gold service programme at its Dubai International Airport location in terminal three in a move to provide travellers the quickest possible service with extra benefits.

 The #1 Club Gold service in Dubai is designed to offer customers exclusive benefits including faster reservations, a speedy vehicle pick up process and VIP treatment every time they rent a Hertz car.

A drivers license will be the only document that Club Gold members flying into Dubai will need to produce in order to process their reservation and go straight to their vehicle, waiting in a designated gold parking area near the counter.

Dubai Airport is one of the busiest in the world. Last year, 47.2 million passengers passed through the three terminals, and 2011 is expected to bring even more traffic. According to Dubai Airports, there was a 9.7% year-on-year increase in passenger traffic in July 2011 compared to July 2010.

Nigel Johnson, Managing Director, Hertz UAE said, The Hertz #1 Club Gold programme is all about excellent service and efficiency. Air travel can be exhausting. Passengers are often fatigued upon arrival and simply want to get to their final destination. The Club Gold programme gets people on the road as quickly as possible.

Customers who have rented from Hertz three times during the calendar year are eligible to upgrade to the Hertz #1 Club Gold programme. Hertz UAE, however, is granting travellers a limited-time complimentary upgrade to gold status when they enrol via its website.

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