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Wednesday, 22 June 2011

City Center paid parking from 1st July 2011

DOHA: City Center Doha's pay parking scheme is likely to be implemented from July 1, according to the mall's management.

"Parking is a big problem at the City Center. So we came up with this new scheme for the benefit of our customers," Daniel Schweigel, Operations Manager, told The Peninsula yesterday.

While there are other pay parking facilities in the city such as at Doha International Airport and Souq Waqif, the City Center is the first shopping mall to introduce the facility in the country, which could be an added burden for shoppers already saddled by rising prices.

But the mall management says the new system would be more of a benefit to customers.

"It takes a long time for a motorist to find a parking slot, sometimes it can take one hour to look for a space to park, but with the new guiding system it is very easy to find a place to park," said Schweigel.

"On the top of every parking slot, will be an indicator which turns green when the space is available and red if it is not," he added, saying it would dramatically reduce the time spent for looking for a parking space.

According to a circular issued to the tenants of the mall, the parking fee has been fixed at QR2 for the first hour, QR3 for the second hour, QR3 for the third hour and QR10 each for every hour thereafter.

Visitors will not be charged during the first week, however, to famialiarise them with the new system.

Asked whether it would affect footfalls in the leading mall, he said it would encourage more customers to drop in as they would find the parking more convenient.

'Seasonal tickets' are also available for the mall's tenants at a monthly rate of QR1,000 plus QR55 single payment for the ticket. Besides, tenants can buy a 'validation machine' for QR5,000 which will enable them to validate customers tickets for one hour free parking as a customer service, the circular added. The mall's decision has been prompted by non-shoppers using the parking space.

The City Centre is surrounded by high towers, many of which do not provide ample parking space for their employees and visitors.

The move was seen a solution to ease the congestion in the parking space, a major problem encountered by many of the visitors to the mall especially during peak hours.

Pay parking is not new to many residents since it is practised in many countries and Qatar is one of the few countries which have introduced it just lately.

The mall has around 1,600 parking slots, 300 of which are occupied by mall staff. An additional parking space that could accommodate up to 400 vehicles was planned to be set up to alleviate the problem.

Lack of parking space is seen to be a main problem as huge influx of people is expected this summer when people are left almost without any choice but spend their leisure time inside the mall as staying out is virtually impossible with temperatures crossing 50 degrees Celsius.

the peninsulaoha's pay parking scheme is likely to be implemented from July 1, according to the mall's management.

"Parking is a big problem at the City Center. So we came up with this new scheme for the benefit of our customers," Daniel Schweigel, Operations Manager, told The Peninsula yesterday.

While there are other pay parking facilities in the city such as at Doha International Airport and Souq Waqif, the City Center is the first shopping mall to introduce the facility in the country, which could be an added burden for shoppers already saddled by rising prices.

But the mall management says the new system would be more of a benefit to customers.

"It takes a long time for a motorist to find a parking slot, sometimes it can take one hour to look for a space to park, but with the new guiding system it is very easy to find a place to park," said Schweigel.

"On the top of every parking slot, will be an indicator which turns green when the space is available and red if it is not," he added, saying it would dramatically reduce the time spent for looking for a parking space.

According to a circular issued to the tenants of the mall, the parking fee has been fixed at QR2 for the first hour, QR3 for the second hour, QR3 for the third hour and QR10 each for every hour thereafter.

Visitors will not be charged during the first week, however, to famialiarise them with the new system.

Asked whether it would affect footfalls in the leading mall, he said it would encourage more customers to drop in as they would find the parking more convenient.

'Seasonal tickets' are also available for the mall's tenants at a monthly rate of QR1,000 plus QR55 single payment for the ticket. Besides, tenants can buy a 'validation machine' for QR5,000 which will enable them to validate customers tickets for one hour free parking as a customer service, the circular added. The mall's decision has been prompted by non-shoppers using the parking space.

City Center Parking

- The Peninsula 21st Jun 2011

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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

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Monday, 20 June 2011

Umrah Awal Ramadhan Bersama MAQ

Assalamualaikum Bakal Tetamu Allah,

InsyaAllah, MAQ bersama Sekretariat Umrah sekali lagi akan menganjurkan
perjalanan Umrah Awal Ramadhan pada tahun ini. Perjalanan yang
dirancangkan adalah seperti di bawah :

Khamis, 28 Jul 2011 Bertolak dari Doha
29 July - 2 Aug 2011 Madinah
2 - 6 Aug 2011 Mekah
Sabtu, 6 Aug 2011 Bertolak dari Mekah
Ahad, 7 Aug 2011 Tiba di Doha

Sila ambil perhatian :

1. Sekretariat Umrah akan menyewa sebuah bas SAPTCO untuk perjalanan
dengan bas, maka jumlah jemaaah dihadkan kepada 40 orang sahaja. Setakat
ini seramai 14 jemaah sudah mendaftar untuk menunaikan umrah. Masih ada
kekosongan untuk 26 tempat duduk lagi. Jika kita tidak mendapat 40 jemaah,
Sekretariat akan menyewa bas 28 tempat duduk sahaja.

2. Mengikut Hamlah Bader setiap Hamlah akan diberi kuota untuk visa umrah
bulan Ramadhan (seperti tahun sebelumnya). Setelah kuota penuh, visa umrah
tambahan terpaksa "diBELI" (oleh Hamlah) dengan bayaran yang lebih tinggi.
Kami galakkan semua bakal-bakal jemaah untuk mendaftar dengan segera untuk
mengelakkan sebarang kerumitan mendapatkan visa.

3. Tahun lalu, visa QR300.00 untuk setiap passport tetapi bagi yang
mendaftar lewat - dikenakan bayaran QR550 setiap passport.

4. Bagi jemaah yang ingin menaiki pesawat atau memandu kenderaan sendiri,
boleh juga menghubungi Sekretriat Umrah. InsyaAllah, pihak Sekretaria akan
cuba membantu.

5. Kos sebenar umrah akan ditentukan berdasarkan faktor harga bas & hotel
penginapan

Majlis-majlis taklimat umrah serta Kelas Bimbingan Umrah juga akan
diadakan sebagai persiapan untuk para jemaah, InsyaAllah.

Bagi bakal-bakal tetamu Allah yang ingin menyertai program Umrah Awal
Ramadhan Bersama MAQ, sila sediakan salinan muka depan passport serta 2
keping gambar berukuran passport (latar belakang putih) kepada Tuan Haji
Mansor atau Jawatankuasa MAQ.

Untuk pendaftaran dan pertanyaan, sila emel ke umrah@malqatar,com atau
hubungi Tuan Haji Mansor ( 55176875). Tarikh tutup pendaftaran pada atau
sebelum 1 Julai 2011.

Terima kasih.

Jawatankuasa MAQ
b/p Sekretariat Umrah

Perjalanan Umrah Ramadhan 2011.xls

Sunday, 19 June 2011

Pendekatan Wakaf Dalam Membangun Ekonomi Masyarakat

Assalamualaikum,

Insya Allah satu ceramah umum akan diadakan seperti berikut;

Tarikh: 22hb Jun 2011 (Rabu)
Masa: 7.00pm - 9.30pm
Lokasi: Al Dakhira Club House (Tingkat 1)
Tajuk: " Pendekatan Wakaf Dalam Membangun Ekonomi Masyarakat "

Penceramah: Ustaz Zamerey Abdul Razak (Head of Shariah - Malaysia ASIAN FINANCE BANK)


Selepas sesi pengisian, ustaz akan menyampaikan sesi khas bagaimana kita di Qatar bagi boleh menyumbang kepada projek pembangunan ekonomi umat Islam di Kemboja.
Moga usaha bersama kita akan menjadi saham di akhirat kelak.


Semua dijemput hadir.

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Doha Airport To Open Terminal For Foreign Airlines

Doha International Airport (DIA) is preparing to open its new Terminal B - a dedicated facility for foreign airlines - before June end, in time for the summer holiday rush. 

As a result, the check-in area of the existing transfer and departures terminal - to be renamed Terminal A - will be used exclusively for Qatar Airways. 

This will facilitate the increased passenger traffic through Doha International Airport until the state-of-the-art New Doha International Airport (NDIA) opens in 2012, an official said.

The new 2,000sq m  Terminal B, developed on the premises of the former arrivals terminal at DIA, will be dedicated to more than 30 foreign airlines operating services from Doha. 

They include Emirates, Flydubai, Kuwait Airways, Jet Airways, Pakistan International Airlines, Lufthansa, Oman Air, Turkish Airlines, SriLankan, British Airways, KLM / Air France, Royal Jordanian, Sudan Airways, Air Arabia, Middle East Airlines, Air India Express, Saudi Arabian, Yemen Airways, Shaheen Air, Iran Aseman Airlines, Gulf Air, Nepal Airlines, Iran Air, Syrian Arab Airlines, Etihad Airways, Egyptair, Bahrain Air and Biman Bangladesh Airlines.

Highlights of the new terminal include an enlarged check-in area with 35 counters, including an online check-in lounge, a dedicated customer service desk for oversized luggage, a currency exchange bureau, ATM machines, a new high-tech baggage handling system and food and beverage outlets. 

"An enlarged 600sq m  immigration hall with 10 counters and three e-gates will prevent long queues and ensure seamless and hassle-free passport clearance formalities," the official said.

"Following their respective immigration counter areas in both terminals, passengers walk into the common airside environment of the existing Transfer and Departures building and have access to the same present-day retail shopping, airport lounges, prayer rooms, food court and other facilities." 

"The move of foreign airlines to  Terminal B allows Qatar Airways to ramp up service for its passengers, who will benefit from a more spacious check-in area at the current departures facility, renamed Terminal A, and exclusively dedicated to the main carrier of the airport," the official said.

Terminal A forms part of a multi-million dollar DIA re-development plan that will also see further boarding gates being introduced and the Oryx Lounge undergo a revamp. 

The Oryx Lounge, located airside on the upper level of DIA, caters to first and business class passengers of other airlines. The lounge, which offers a business centre, shower facilities and a wide selection of  snacks and refreshments,  can be accessed for a nominal fee of $40 a person when travelling in economy class on any carrier. 

As part of the DIA infrastructure development project, there will be new exterior roadway signage directing passengers to the two airport terminals.
Doha International Airport is managed and operated by Qatar Airways.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive officer Akbar al-Baker said the changes were aimed at "enhancing customer experience" ahead of the opening of the New Doha International Airport.

 "After the opening of the new stand-alone Doha Arrivals Terminal last December, we are now pleased to inaugurate the new Departures Terminals as the latest step in the infrastructure improvements to handle the increased influx of passengers through the airport," he said. 

"Our aim is to provide travellers with an enhanced travel experience. The upgrade of Doha International Airport is part of a multi-million dollar investment in improved facilities ahead of the opening of the New Doha International, which promises to be one of the most advanced airports in the world," al-Baker added. 

With its thriving economy fuelled by multi-billion dollar projects and the 2022 FIFA World Cup on the horizon, Qatar is receiving a growing number of business and leisure travellers.

- Gulf Times 9th June 2011