AIG announces Hotel Global Group Company as preferred bidder for Queen Alia International Airport hotel tender
Airport International Group (AIG) - the Jordanian company responsible for the rehabilitation, expansion and operation of the Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) - has announced Hotel Global Group Company as the preferred bidder for the construction and management of a hotel at the North Pier at QAIA. Hotel Global Group Company was selected through a stringent bid evaluation process based on a predefined set of criteria, in line with AIG’s efforts to appoint a qualified service provider capable of ensuring optimum comfort and convenience for passengers traveling through QAIA.
Scheduled to be completed within six months, the hotel spans 900 sqm and will feature three levels, a lobby, rooms and a fully-equipped business area that offers a range of services including meeting and training rooms, fax machines and videoconferencing solutions, among others.
“Building the Transit Hotel is closely aligned with our goal to provide QAIA passengers with a unique travel experience, as well as to continuously improve on our service offerings, on par with top international airports worldwide. This facility will offer transit passengers and business travelers a range of amenities and services that guarantee unprecedented comfort and will make their flight through Jordan a truly memorable one,” commented AIG CEO, Kjeld Binger.
In turn, Hotel Global Group Company Managing Director, Azzam Abu Yasin, stated, “We are pleased to have been selected by AIG as the bidder of choice and would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to providing a premium hotel facility that is befitting of the Kingdom’s prime gateway.”
Airport International Group
Airport International Group (AIG) is the strategic Jordanian investor in charge of operating, maintaining and rehabilitating Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA). AIG’s private shareholders include Abu Dhabi Investment Company (UAE), Noor Financial Investment Company (Kuwait), Edgo Group (Jordan), Joannou & Paraskevaides (Overseas) Limited (Cyprus), J&P-Avax (Greece) and Aéroports de Paris Management (France).