Dubai Parks and Resorts recently signed a memorandum of understanding with dnata to be the preferred travel partner for the destination.
The park will open in October 2016. The commercial agreement allows Dubai Parks and Resorts access to dnata ‘s extensive travel portfolio as well as support them in sale and distribution of tickets and visitor packages.
dnata’s network covers more than 200 direct outlets alone in the Middle East and India – with online, offline, customer contact centres, as well as MICE business. Dubai Parks and Resorts will work with dnata to create bespoke packages tailor-made for each region.
dnata will also have a presence within the parks, allowing visitors to pick up tickets and offers for other Dubai attractions.