YASA Dubai partners with Guardian for World Cup travel packages

YASA Dubai, a leading management company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has extended its all-inclusive travel packages for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 to Nigeria through its partner The Guardian Group (www.Guardian.ng), owner of The Guardian Journals, Guardian TV and GDN Studios.

As football fever grips the Middle East, YASA Dubai recently announced a first-of-its-kind exclusive travel package that would allow football fans to stay in Dubai and watch FIFA World Cup matches. FIFA 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.

While many football fans around the world are struggling to book a hotel room in Qatar and plane tickets for the month-long FIFA World Cup which runs from November 21, 2022 as of December 18, 2022, a nightmare scenario has emerged as accommodation is limited in Doha and airfare to Qatar has increased by more than 1900%, this is where YASA Dubai comes in with its all-inclusive packages for football fans around the world.

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 a smoothest FIFA World Cup travel experience possible.

Mr. Sajid Barkat, Founder and CEO of YASA Dubai, said: “Our packages are very simple, we will fly you from anywhere in the world on a private jet or charter flight to Dubai, stay in Dubai and watch the FIFA World Cup matches in Qatar. .

“We are trying to reach football fans around the world with our packages and so far we have received an extremely overwhelming response. The collaboration with The Guardian Nigeria is part of our global program to promote YASA Dubai inclusive packages.

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.

The Platinum package is designed for a group of 13 people, and they will be flown from anywhere in the world with a private jet to Dubai and Doha. The package also includes accommodation in a 5-star hotel in Dubai, private limousine service in Dubai, as well as in Doha to and from the match venues.

The Gold package covers 50 people, who will be flown from anywhere in the world to Dubai and Doha with a charter flight. The package also includes accommodation in a 5-star hotel in Dubai, private limousine service in Dubai and Doha to and from match venues.

The Silver package is designed for a group of 150 or 310 people in a charter flight that will transport them from anywhere in the world to Dubai and Doha, and also includes accommodation in a 5-star hotel in the Emirati capital, as well as a private limousine service. to match the stages.

Speaking on the collaboration, Mr. Toke Alex Ibru, Executive Director of The Guardian Group said, “We are very excited about the YASA Dubai packages as football is our favorite sport in Nigeria, and we can expect many fans to take advantage of the excellent YASA packages.

“Our fans will appreciate the convenience of all-inclusive packages to be able to enjoy football matches. As football matches start from November 21st, we want our customers to be proactive in confirming your preferred packages.

He added: “If we do the math, by combining the group package, customers will pay a much lesser amount compared to booking a hotel and airfare separately with the hassle of downtime. . Dubai is a natural holiday destination for most customers and now combining a stay in Dubai with watching football in Qatar will be a great combination for customers.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of The Guardian.

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