Emirates Airlines is preparing to handle more than 190,000 passengers this weekend, on its flights through Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport, and notes that tomorrow, Friday, will witness the peak of traffic, especially during the morning period, even if the passenger movement It begins rise from today to October 28.
According to bookings, it is estimated that more than 430,000 passengers will arrive in Dubai on Emirates Airlines flights during that period to spend their holidays and visit Expo 2020 Dubai.
Emirates Airlines reminds its customers of the need to check travel requirements for their destinations and ensure that all required documents are ready to be submitted during completed travel procedures and to arrive and be at the airport at least four hours before the departure time of the flight.
Passengers are advised to take extra time to avoid expected delays due to heavy traffic on the roads leading to (Terminal 3) at Dubai International Airport.
Passengers must check in at the airport three hours before departure time, regardless of travel class.
The counters will close one hour before each flight, and late passengers will not be accepted to ensure that flights start on time.
Customers can check in online from 48 hours to 90 minutes before the departure time of the flight.
They must also visit the check-in counters at the airport to obtain the boarding pass and check the necessary documents at each destination.