Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Dubai International Airport expects 1.9 million passengers during the Eid holidays


Dubai: “Gulf”
With the end of the holy month of Ramadan and the Eid al-Fitr holiday, Dubai International Airport is gearing up to receive more passengers from next weekend. During the period from April 29 to May 9, the airport is expected to receive about 1.9 million passengers, with an average daily traffic of 177,000 passengers. With more than 200,000 passengers arriving, May 7 is expected to be the busiest day of the season.
For its part, Dubai Airports is keen to enhance cooperation and partnerships with all partners, regulators and business and service partners in the aviation industry. During the peak season all travelers can make their journey through Dubai International Airport much smoother and more comfortable by following these simple tips:
Must be aware of the latest travel terms and conditions for the destination. Before arriving at the airport, passengers are encouraged to contact their airline to make sure they have all the necessary valid travel documents.
We encourage passengers over the age of 12 to use smart gates to facilitate and expedite passport control procedures for arriving or departing passengers.
– Passengers arriving from Terminal 1 must arrive at the airport no later than 3 hours before the scheduled departure time, as well as check in online to save time and effort.
We recommend that passengers traveling from Terminal 3 enjoy their vacation using the self-service check-in options offered by Emirates Airlines.
– Roads to the airport can be congested at peak hours, so it is best to leave home early to reach the airport on time and complete travel procedures.
– Entering the departure terminals is prohibited for travelers holding air tickets during peak and holiday seasons, so we advise friends and family to say goodbye to travelers at home.
Upon arrival at the airport, travelers will be able to enjoy a full range of amenities at Dubai International Airport, including shopping at various restaurants, Dubai Duty Free Stores and relaxing in the waiting lounges before the flight.

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