Meet & Assist
Powered by Fasttrack.aero, Global Meet & Assist lets you navigate through any of our worldwide airports quickly and smoothly, getting your trip off to an even better start. You’ll be welcomed by a dedicated host who will help you with everything from baggage to boarding.
Global Meet & Assist gives you total peace of mind before you fly or when you land – or even when you’re in transit. Use our priority check-in counters and fast-track through the airport before we show you to one of our lounges. We can even arrange a premium car to take you from the terminal to your plane.
Unfamiliar with the local language or a first-time flyer? Let us help. You can also use this service for a stress-free way to travel if you’re flying with children.
Book Global Meet & Assist quickly and easily online, at least 48 hours before your flight.
Enter the airport you’re flying to, from or transiting through.
Fly regularly? You can also purchase an annual Meet & Assist pass.
Global Meet & Assist is available before you fly, when you land and during transit at almost 50 airports around the world.
Meet & Assist
Meet & Assist Plus
Meet & Assist VIP
Global Meet & Assist is available at almost 50 airports around the world. Simply enter your destination and we’ll let you know if the service is available.
Book Global Meet & Assist quickly and easily online. The airport that you are flying to or from will determine how far in advance you need to book, though we recommend that you arrange the service at least 24 hours before your flight.
Yes, the service is available for you or your guests.
Yes. The cost for children to use this service will depend on the package that you select.
Fasttrack.aero regularly check your flight information for any changes. If your flight has been cancelled or is delayed, you’ll be rebooked on to a new itinerary. If you have any questions, please contact our service provider Fasttrack.aero on email@example.com
Get in touch
If you’re in Abu Dhabi, please make your way to the Golden Class desk, located in Terminal 1. For all other airports, the airport team will be able to direct you to the service provider.