New important instructions for passengers traveling through Dubai airports

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Travelers in a hurry to leave Dubai are advised to complete immigration 1.5 hours in advance of departure.

Passengers who are going via Dubai airports should pay attention to these instructions.

As many families head off for the holidays, Emirates has identified Saturday, July 6, as a key summer travel period.

You hate saying goodbye and dread the airport rush, but your luggage is packed, and you're ready to go, standing outside your door. It might not even need a John Denver blockbuster to ease the stress of summer travel.

However, the following advice will help families travel more smoothly:.

As many families depart for the summer vacation, Dubai-based Emirates has identified Saturday, July 6, as a major high travel period. Passengers were warned by the airline to remember important airport times. Customers flying with Emirates out of Dubai are urged to budget for increased traffic on the roads leading up to the airport, an increase in the number of passengers going through immigration at the airport, and potential delays in getting to the boarding gates and concourses during this busy travel period.

Follow these schedules for stress-free family vacation planning: Arrive at the airport three hours before departure during peak travel times. Make sure you clear immigration.

1.5 hours prior to departure. Make sure you arrive at the appropriate boarding gate. An hour prior to departure The following actions could be taken by travelers to ensure a stress-free journey: Check in at home: In Dubai and Sharjah, customers of Emirates have the option to utilize the Emirates Home Check-In service.

Agents finish the check-in procedure at the client's house, hotel, or place of business, then take the baggage to the aircraft so the client can arrive later with hand luggage. Reservations for the service must be made at least 24 hours prior to takeoff. Platinum Skywards members and First Class travelers are eligible for free home check-in. Utilize the website or app. To book and modify flights, download an electronic boarding card for the majority of locations, receive flight status updates, and even view the menu for your trip, download the Emirates app.

Additionally, passengers can reserve a chauffeur-drive service, pay for priority seating and an excess baggage allowance in advance, and choose which movies to watch on Ice inflight entertainment before departure. Additionally, customers can check in on Check-in via the app and online is available 48 hours before the departure time of the flight.

Check out early.

Passengers flying with Emirates are entitled to free luggage drop-off the night before their trip. Travelers leaving from Dubai have the option to check in ahead of time and drop off their bags 24 hours or 12 hours before takeoff, depending on whether they are traveling to the US. When it gets closer to departure time, passengers can head straight to the airport's immigration area. Check-ins for cities in DIFC: Check in at the Emirates City Check-in and Travel Store in ICD Brookfield Place, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), to avoid wasting time at the airport.

Customers of Emirates can check in and drop off their luggage as early as 24 hours and up to 4 hours before a flight, thanks to the airport's convenient location in the center of the business zone. Clients may arrive at any time between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. every day. Ajman: You can check in at the Ajman Central Bus Terminal 24 hours to 4 hours prior to your flight if you're coming from the northern Emirates.

Clients are able to check in twenty-four hours a day. Up until July 28, customers on Emirates flights can enjoy a complimentary cone for the entire family.

Customers may visit the Emirates red and white striped ice cream carts at Terminal 3 every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between 12 and 6 p.m. to select from a variety of flavors, including vanilla, chocolate, dulce de leche, mango sorbet, and lemon sorbet.

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