Qatar 2022: YASA announces unique FIFA World Cup travel packages | The Guardian Nigeria News

By Ifeanyi Ibeh

June 18, 2022 | 10:13 a.m.

*Package includes 5-star hotels and private jet flights between Dubai and Qatar The world’s biggest sporting spectacle, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, scheduled from November 21 to December 18, has taken the world by storm Arab World. As football fever grips the Middle East, YASA, a leading management company based…

Sajid Barkat (2nd left), Founder and CEO of YASA, a leading management company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, shakes hands with JETEX Founder and CEO Adel Mardini (2nd right).

*Package includes 5 star hotels and private jet flights between Dubai and Qatar

The biggest sporting spectacle in the world, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, scheduled from November 21 to December 18, has taken the Arab world by storm.

As football fever grips the Middle East, YASA, a leading management company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has announced a first-of-its-kind exclusive travel package that will allow football fans to stay in dubai and watch the football world cup matches in qatar. .

The agreement will provide football fans with an enriching experience of warm Arab hospitality and the best of Dubai and Doha, the Qatari capital.

The bespoke travel package will provide exceptional value to the client as it will include luxury hotel accommodation in Dubai, limousine transportation, as well as round trip private jet flights and charter flights between Dubai and Doha for the smoothest possible travel experience for the FIFA World Cup.

The packages are designed in collaboration with JETEX, a leading private aviation brand in Dubai, offering private jet access to Doha for YASA customers at preferential rates with guaranteed luxury and comfort travel.

Around 500,000 football fans and tourists are expected to book YASA packages ahead of the World Cup.

YASA is based in Dubai and will be offering travel packages for the biggest tournament of the season, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

Dubai is the closest city to Qatar with a 56 minute flight between the two scenic cities.

It’s an ideal way to follow the World Cup as most of the tournament venues are in Doha. This means customers can travel from Dubai to Qatar just in time to watch their teams and return to Dubai by private charter flight in less than an hour.

With the three packages available – Platinum, Gold and Silver – football fans can leave Dubai in the morning, watch the game in Doha and return to their base in Dubai at the end of the day. And what better way to unwind at the luxury hotels in Dubai that offer some of the best experiences in the region.

Sajid Barkat is the founder and CEO of YASA, a leading management company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Giving more details on the packages and their benefits, Sajid Barkat, Founder and CEO of YASA, said: “With over three million tickets on sale, the FIFA World Cup is guaranteed to bring thrilling experiences to the Middle Eastern shores.Qatar is the smallest country to ever host a World Cup with its eight stadiums based around the capital and most populous city of Doha.As a result, accommodation facilities are expected to be full very quickly or available at high prices.

“Even though Qatar has planned hospitality very efficiently, it is expected to result in an overflow of football fans and tourists to make their journey through Dubai. YASA has designed travel packages with a simple strategy: ‘stay at Dubai and watch FIFA World Cup matches in Qatar”.

“At YASA, we have kept our packages highly competitive so football fans can enjoy the spirit of football while focusing less on logistics which will be well taken care of by YASA.”

Delighted to announce the collaboration between YASA Dubai and JETEX, Adel Mardini, Founder and CEO of JETEX said, “We are delighted to announce a dedicated private jet service between Dubai and Doha, and invite all football fans to traveling in comfort and style for the World Cup.

“It’s a great way to make the most of this historic sporting event in Qatar, while avoiding the crowds of airports and the lengthy formalities of commercial terminals. Governing body FIFA revealed they had received more than 23 million ticket requests; as such, the demand for private jets has skyrocketed. JETEX has agreed preferential rates and special benefits for YASA customers.

Barkat added: “The 2022 FIFA World Cup is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many. We expect around 10% of total visitor bookings through YASA Travel Packages – for people to see their favorite team’s matches and enjoy the luxurious life and sights of Dubai at the same time.

“We think having so many nationalities and people from all over the world coming together will make the World Cup a great social festival.”

Barkat added: “With limited availability of hotels in Doha itself, staying in Dubai is a very attractive option, not only because of its proximity to the event destination, but also because the city itself has a lot to offer.Using YASA Travel Packages, it will be a double win for fans to experience the amazing cities of Doha and Dubai.