Ramadan Eid: Eid Al Fitr Holidays: Do’s And Don’ts Of Traveling To Dubai Airport

Ramadan Eid: Eid Al Fitr Holidays: Do's And Don'ts Of Traveling To Dubai Airport
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Dubai International Airport (DXB) is gearing up for the Eid al-Fitr holiday rush. About 1.9 million passengers are expected to pass through the DXB between April 29 and May 9, with an average daily traffic of more than 177,000 passengers. May 7 will be the busiest day with over 200,000 passengers. Dubai Airport Airlines (airline airlines), regulatory authorities, commercial and service partners are working together to ensure a smooth and comfortable journey for all passengers.

Here are some tips for those traveling to Dubai Airport during this busy time:

Be aware of the latest travel restrictions on the destination you are traveling to. Before arriving at the airport, be sure to contact the respective airlines and have all the required documents. Passengers over the age can use smart gates to speed up the passport control process. If you depart from Terminal 1, arrive at the airport 3 hours before departure. Use online check-in wherever possible to save time.

Passengers traveling from Terminal 3 can use Emirates’ convenient early check-in and self-service check-in facilities. Roads to the airport are also busy during rush hours. So get off straight for the journey to the airport Passengers who book tickets during rush hours are restricted from entering the departure zone, so tell your family to travel from home. Upon arrival at the airport, passengers can enjoy DXB’s full facilities, including restaurants, duty free shopping and lounges, to relax before their flight. 

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