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Dnata Jordan to deliver over 3 million meals
Nov 21,2016 - Last updated at Nov 21,2016
Dnata, an air services provider, will mark a key milestone in its catering operation at Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) and Amman Civil Airport — preparing over 3 million meals in 2016, according to a company statement.
Its main QAIA kitchen is currently the largest airline catering facility in Jordan, spanning over 13,104 square metres.
This is a full catering production facility that includes an in-house bakery and pastry capabilities, and caters to various cuisines including Asian, African-inspired and European menus.
It offers a range of ancillary services such as a laboratory for food testing, a laundry service and bonded warehouses.
Commenting on the company’s endeavour, Dana K. Adwan, managing director at Dnata Catering Jordan, said: “This is a significant milestone for us at dnata.
The growth we have experienced over the last six years is thanks to our integration into dnata’s global operations, and importantly, to our hard working and committed staff, the support of our valued customers, QAIA, and all of the stakeholders who continuously seek a quality product and service.
We see our success as playing a role in contributing to the development of aviation in Jordan.”
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