The airline expects very high passenger traffic from July 16th to 17th…
Eid Al Adha is approaching, and many Dubai residents leave the city to enjoy a long holiday with their loved ones.Holiday Officially started on Monday, July 19, But smart employees booked a Sunday vacation and can enjoy nine days of vacation and only one day of annual vacation.
As a result, Emirates Airlines expects very high passenger traffic this weekend and strongly urges anyone departing from DXB Terminal 3 this weekend to check in “as soon as possible”. The airline did not disclose how many passengers will pass through its terminal, but emphasized that July 16 and 17 are the busiest days.
A statement emphasized that due to the increase in Covid-19 security measures, the registration process may be delayed. All passengers are requested to check in within three hours before departure to avoid being late to the designated boarding gate.
A statement said: “Customers who show up less than 60 minutes before the scheduled flight departure will not be accepted for travel.” Passengers can check in and check their luggage up to 24 hours before the flight (or 12 hours if traveling to the United States) .
Online check-in is open 48 hours before flight departure, but customers must still visit the check-in counter or contactless self-service terminal to verify their required documents.
Please be sure to prepare relevant documents and review Latest travel requirements Go to your destination before traveling, which may include forms, vaccination certificates, or a negative PCR test.
The boarding gate opens 90 minutes before departure and closes 20 minutes before departure. If you are late, they won’t wait…
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