Emirates Airlines is preparing for a surge in passenger numbers during the Eid Al-Adha holiday

Emirates has invested in many smart technology services to ensure smooth travel for its customers, and urges travelers, ahead of the peak travel season for the Eid Al Adha and school holidays in the country from July 8, to explore and use the wide range of online check-in options available.

The Emirates app The Emirates

app allows users to book and change flights, download a digital boarding pass, pre-plan meals, chauffeur-drive and even pre-select and plan movies to watch via the in-flight entertainment system.

Emirates Airlines reminds its customers of the need to check the requirements for travel to their destinations, and to arrive and be at the airport at least three hours before the flight departure time.

Masks are also required while at the airport.

As travel requirements change in various countries of the world constantly, passengers must check the requirements for the "Covid-19" test and health documents necessary to travel to Dubai and all Emirates destinations around the world.

By subscribing to the travel support service via WhatsApp, travelers can receive the latest information daily.

Ajman Office

 Travelers from the Northern Emirates can check-in around the clock at Ajman Central Bus Station, check-in 4 hours before flight departure, submit health documents, check-in baggage and receive boarding passes.

After that, buy a bus ticket for 20 dirhams and head directly to Terminal 3, knowing that the bus service is regular throughout the day from 4 in the morning until 11:30 at night.


Check-in Passengers can check-in online 48 hours before the flight by using the online check-in option at http://www.emirates.com.

They can also choose a seat and meal, take advantage of last-minute upgrade options, and download a digital boarding pass.

Upon arrival at the airport, they drop the luggage at a special counter.

Passengers from Dubai can check-in and drop their bags at the airport 24 hours before departure, or 12 hours before departures to the United States, and then proceed directly to passport control and security upon arrival at the airport.

Checking in at home The Emirates Airlines home check

-in service is available in Dubai and Sharjah and is implemented by "DUBZ" where agents come to the home, hotel or office and complete the entire procedures, including the transfer of luggage to the airport.

The service can be booked at least 24 hours before the flight, and is free for first class passengers.

The procedure for self-

service kiosks is a quick and easy option at the airport.

Passengers can follow the steps on a touch screen and complete or operate the check-in process without touching using a mobile phone, viewing the itinerary, selecting a seat and adding an Emirates Skywards number.

There is a special counter for baggage delivery for those who check in online.

Biometric Track

The smart tunnel in Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport is the world's first for passport control, where passengers simply walk through a tunnel and are processed by immigration authorities without human intervention or the need to stamp passports.

A quick photo is needed when completing procedures to record a digital face photo.

Passengers can complete the procedures and enter the Emirates lounge in Concourse B, and board the plane through specific gates only by facial recognition or using the card.

Smart Gates

The use of smart gates in Emirates Terminal 3 allows you to speed up immigration procedures when traveling and returning.

UAE nationals and residents can use valid passports, boarding passes or identity cards.

Citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries or visa holders upon arrival of the visitor with the biometric passport can also use the smart gates.

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