GDRFA announced the restart of the smart gates at the Dubai International Airport in terminal 3. Departures will be allow to use the smart gate by scanning their passport only, as part of UAE's precautionary measures against COVID-19, to ensure the highest level of safety for all.
Dubai Customs Passenger Operations Department revealed that it has handled 10.2 million pieces of baggage for 5 million passengers through 44,358 Dubai-bound flights during the first half of this year.
Emirates will deploy its iconic A380 on its daily Amsterdam service, and add a second daily A380 service to London Heathrow starting from 1 August.
As Dubai reopened the city to international tourists on 7 July, the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) marked the moment by launching its latest digital activation #Ready When You Are.
Dubai Airports today welcomed the resumption of scheduled operations by foreign carriers at Dubai International (DXB). A total of 13 international airlines resumed scheduled flights this week as Dubai opened its skies and arms to tourists effective July 7.
Dubai welcomed 16.73 million overnight visitors in 2019, a rise of 5.1 % compared to 2018, with double-digit growth in arrivals from key source markets.
dnata has donated three pieces of cargo handling equipment to Dubai-based International Humanitarian City (IHC), to support the organisation in facilitating rapid relief and first responses to crises at a global level.
Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said that Dubai is ready to welcome the world once again through its international airport and renew its role as a bridge between the east and west.
Dubai today started receiving its first set of international tourists since the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, with comprehensive precautionary measures and protocols implemented to ensure the highest international standards of health, safety and wellbeing for visitors.
Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri stated that the return of flights to Dubai’s airports is an important step in supporting the aviation sector as one of the world’s leading aviation centres.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, dnata’s expert teams have worked around the clock to develop and implement a comprehensive health & safety programme, enhancing services, processes and training across the company’s operations.
The impetus received by the new announcement will enable our national carriers to reinforce their leading position in the global travel industry.
Dubai Duty Free is welcoming travelling passengers following the partial re-opening of its retail area in Concourse B – West at Dubai International Airport (DXB).