Dubai: The airport in the UAE is expected to increase steadily. Airlines have warned passengers to be cautious about arriving at airports ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday. It is estimated that this will be the busiest festival since Covid’s arrival. Heavy traffic is expected from April 30 to May 8. This time the festive holiday is nine days in the public sector. So, more and more people are coming to Dubai and going on holiday to other countries from here. In the private sector there are four or five days off.
Emirates said passengers should make sure they have all the documents in place before arriving to check in. Check-in counters at Dubai Airport open 24 hours in advance. Emirates also offers online check-in and luggage collection at home. Make the most of it and reduce congestion.
Check-in facilities are available at the Ajman Central Bus Terminal for travelers from the northern emirates. Travel can take anywhere from four to 24 hours and can be checked in here. All they have to do is arrive at the airport an hour before departure. Check-in counters open 12 hours in advance for those traveling to the US.