Dubai Customs has announced a plan to receive passengers, especially pilgrims, arriving at Dubai Airport, including increasing the number of inspectors on duty 24 hours a day during the Hajj period.
Ibrahim Al-Kamali, director of the department’s passenger operations department, said the total number of inspectors in the department is 822, including those working on baggage screening devices, up to 77 (58 devices for checking large bags, and 19 devices for checking handbags), in addition to some devices. Support in studies.
He pointed out that there is a unified task force in the month of Du al-Hijjah and with the advent of the blessed Eid al-Adha, the following processes to receive the pilgrims and provide the necessary facilities to the travelers.
Al Qamali added that Dubai Airport is one of the world’s largest airports receiving visitors from all over the world, however, passengers did not notice any crowding, pointing out that it would take the expected time to complete the passenger arrival process at the airport. Only 10 minutes.
He stressed that Dubai Customs always seeks to facilitate logistics services through the latest devices and applications to facilitate the procedures offered to passengers. about 5-10 seconds), in addition to the Smart Control scheme. and new security surveillance and monitoring systems.
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