DXB Anticipates To Welcome Over 3.7 Million Between 12 To 25 June


With the Eid Al Adha holidays and summer approaching, many of us are planning trips to cooler destinations for a quick getaway, and Dubai International (DXB) is gearing up for increased travel during this peak season. DXB expects to welcome over 3.7 million guests between 12 to 25 June with an average daily traffic of 264,000. 22 June is projected to be the busiest day, with guest numbers likely exceeding 287,000.

As families set off on summer adventures, DXB is ready to ensure a seamless and enjoyable travel experience. The focus is on expediting guest formalities, giving travellers ample time to enjoy DXB's diverse offerings. 

From international cuisine to world-class retail, lounges, spas, and hospitality services, travellers can start their journey in style and comfort. To ensure a hassle-free journey, Dubai Airports is offering tips for those who are travelling in the coming weeks:

DXB Airport's Tips For Travellers 

- Emirates passengers can utilise the airline’s convenient home, early, and self-check-in options, including city check-in facilities. 

- Flydubai passengers should aim to arrive at least four hours before departure. 

- DXB advices that travellers flying with other airlines should arrive at DXB no more than three hours before their scheduled departure time and use online check-in where available to save time.

- The airport also urges travellers to familiarise themselves with baggage allowance and packing regulations to avoid last-minute surprises. It advises that travellers should place metal items like watches, jewellery, mobile phones, coins, and belts in their hand luggage and follow guidelines for carrying liquids, aerosols, and gels. 

DXB Advises People To Use Dubai Metro To Beat The Traffic 

DXB suggests that travellers should use the Dubai Metro to get to and from the airport and between Terminals 1 and 3 to avoid road congestion. Besides this, the authorities also suggest that it's better to organise your travel documents and weigh your luggage at home to avoid surprises.

Lastly, the airport gives a reminder that access to the arrivals forecourts at Terminals 1 and 3 is limited to public transport and authorised airport vehicles only.

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