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Lower House delegation checks on airport’s services bundle

By JT - Oct 01,2017 - Last updated at Oct 01,2017

AMMAN — Lower House public service and transportation committee, lead by MP Khaled Abu Hassan, on Sunday visited Queen Alia International Airport to inspect “the services bundle” offered by the Airport International Group (AIG), the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

MP Abu Hassan underlined several issues including parking fees, the check point process, baggage claim, and level of cleanliness. Abu Hassan commended the establishment of the special lanes to facilitate entry for travellers who are potential investors.

Kjeld Binger, CEO of AIG, who is the Jordanian consortium responsible for the rehabilitation, expansion and operation of the airport, emphasised that the airport is ranked first on a regional level and third internationally in the category of airports with the capacity of 5 to 15 million travellers.

Brigadier General Maen Jarrah, director of airport security and protection, said: “The security services deals with approximately 62 thousand people on a daily basis, noting that the inspection process with its three stages takes only about 10 minutes.” 

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