Dubai Airports issues important travel advice during the Eid Al Fitr holiday

Ahmed Moawad - | UAE

Dubai Airports in the United Arab Emirates, along with other airlines and partners, have issued a number of important travel tips for a smooth travel experience during the upcoming Eid Al Fitr holiday.

Airports explained that Emirates Airlines passengers can use advanced technological options to facilitate travel procedures, including the Enjaz option to streamline travel procedures at home or in the city.

Flydubai also advised travelers to arrive at least four hours before departure, and most airlines recommended arriving 3 hours before scheduled flights.

She explained that using online check-in contributes to saving more time at the airport, in addition to that families with children over the age of 12 can also speed up the passport control process by using smart gates.

Dubai Airport urged all travelers to prepare travel documents in advance, check the regulations for their destination, adhere to the weight of luggage at home, and be fully prepared to conduct security checks.

It also requires that spare phone chargers and power banks be packed in hand luggage. Farewells must be done at home as only passengers will be allowed into stations during peak times.

Airlines in Dubai also asked passengers using the Dubai Metro to help people get to and from the airport or between airport buildings if the roads are crowded.

Emphasizing that only public transportation and approved airport vehicles can access the arrival areas in Terminals 1 and 3. Visitors must use parking lots or valet services.

It should be noted that Saturday, April 13 is expected to be the busiest day, with approximately 292,000 guests expected. Daily traffic is also expected to exceed 258,000 people on average.

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