Dubai International Airport receives 2.4 million passengers in 11 days, starting from June 24

Dubai International Airport "DXB" is preparing to receive 2.4 million passengers during the period from June 24 to July 4, bringing the average daily number of passengers to 214,000.

The airport is expected to receive about 235,000 passengers on July 2, making it the busiest day, while the airport witnesses the same average passenger traffic during the Eid Al-Adha holiday, which falls on July 8 and 9.

Dubai Airports provided a set of tips and instructions for travelers in light of what Dubai International Airport "DXB" will witness from an exceptionally crowded period during the next two weeks, with the beginning of the summer school holiday season and the Eid Al-Adha holiday.

Dubai Airports is keen to enhance cooperation and joint coordination with all partners in the aviation sector, control operations, strategic, commercial and service partners to ensure a smooth and comfortable travel experience for all travelers from the moment they arrive at the airport until the boarding gate.

Dubai Airports called on travelers to follow a set of tips to spend an enjoyable trip and have a smooth and comfortable travel experience during the upcoming holiday season, including reviewing the latest travel regulations and conditions for the travel destination and making sure of all the necessary documents to travel with the required validity before arriving at the airport.

Dubai International Airport "DXB" achieved exceptional performance during the first five months of this year, despite the reduced capacity, in light of the closure of the northern runway for 45 days to implement comprehensive development operations.

The airport received about 13.6 million passengers during the first quarter of the year, and annual expectations indicate a doubling of annual passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport “DXB” to reach 58.7 million passengers during the current year, compared to an average of 29.1 million in 2021.

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