DXB shares tips for travelers


3.6 million guests are expected to pass through DXB this fortnight.

Dubai International (DXB)The world’s main airport for international passenger traffic, is preparing to welcome some 3.6 million guests from April 2 to 15, as the week-long Eid Al-Fitr holiday coincides with the spring break. .
During this period, daily traffic will exceed 258,000 guests on average, and especially busy weekends are expected. Saturday, 13 April It is expected to be the busiest day, with the total number of guests rising to 292,000.

Whether travelers are returning home for the holidays, arriving in Dubai to take part in the festivities or simply passing through, Dubai airportstogether with airlines and commercial and service partners, is committed to ensuring a truly memorable experience for all guests.

As always, DXB has shared some smart tips so travelers can beat the rush and get their trip off to a good start:

  • Emirates passengers can take advantage of the airline’s convenient early and self-check-in facilities, including city check-in options.
  • flydubai passengers are recommended to arrive at least four hours before departure.
  • Guests flying with other airlines should try to arrive at DXB no earlier than three hours before their scheduled departure time, using online check-in when available to save time.
  • Families with children over 12 years old can speed up the passport control process using Smart Gates.
  • Stay informed about the latest travel regulations for your destination and make sure you have all necessary travel documents ready.
  • Pre-weigh luggage at home, organize documents in advance and prepare for security checks to minimize stress and delays.
  • Remember to carry spare batteries and power banks in your carry-on luggage.
  • Farewells will have to be exchanged at home, as passengers will only be allowed into the terminals during peak hours.
  • Use the Dubai Metro to get to and from the airport, as well as between Terminals 1 and 3 in case of road congestion.
  • Access to the arrivals areas of Terminals 1 and 3 is restricted to public transportation and authorized airport vehicles only. Visitors picking up guests must use DXB designated parking lots or valet services.

News source: Dubai Airports


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