With the number of passengers traveling through Dubai International Airport recording its highest levels since the start of the “pandemic”

Emirates Airlines is preparing for a new peak of passengers at the end of the week

The carrier advised its customers traveling from Dubai to arrive early at the airport.

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Yesterday, Emirates Airlines reported that it is preparing for another new peak in passenger numbers at the end of this week, with the number of passengers traveling through Dubai International Airport to record its highest levels since the outbreak of the pandemic, and it is expected that large numbers of passengers will travel through Terminal 3 at the end of the week.

And the carrier stated in a statement, that due to the additional safety measures, and to ensure the travel requirements of “Covid-19”, travelers may need longer times than usual at “Emirates Airlines counters” to complete travel procedures.

Emirates Airlines advised its customers traveling from Dubai to arrive early at Dubai International Airport, pointing out that it provides the option of making procedures and delivering baggage, a maximum of 24 hours before the departure of their flights.

As for customers traveling to the United States, the carrier explained that the travel check-in counters will open 12 hours before the flight time, and customers can make procedures at the airport, and deliver bags early, to avoid waiting times in queues.

Emirates reminded customers that they must ensure that all relevant documents are ready with them, as well as the need to review the latest requirements for travel to their destinations, including whether they need to fill out arrival forms in advance, or show vaccination certificates or negative PCR tests, By visiting the Emirates Travel Hub, which contains the latest information for each country on the Emirates Airlines network.

The carrier indicated that all passengers who work their travel procedures at the airport must arrive no later than three hours before departure, as the “counters” close 60 minutes before the flight departure time, and they will not be accepted for travel after that, indicating that travelers can make the procedures Online 48 hours before flight departure.

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