Subscribe Free
in Airports

Emirates expects busy spring break travel period

Posted 23 March 2017 · Add Comment

Emirates expects high passenger traffic on its flights this upcoming weekend starting from Thursday 23rd March as travellers head abroad for spring and holiday break. Over 89,000 travellers will be passing through Emirates Terminal 3 this upcoming weekend, according to latest booking figures.

The busiest weekend day for the airline is expected to be on Friday 24 March where over 34,500 passengers will pass through Terminal 3.

The airline has reminded customers to arrive at the airport at least three hours before flight departure. With road works and construction in progress around the airport, customers are encouraged to plan extra time to get to the airport to avoid delays. Passengers can physically check in at the airport as early as six hours before departing on their flight. Passengers are requested to check in no later than 90 minutes prior to departure, regardless of class of travel. Customers who check in less than 60 minutes prior to their scheduled flight departure will not be accepted for travel.

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

New airport to help the pilgrims progress

Work is under way to establish a new international airport in Taif, Saudi Arabia, to help meet growing demand for haj and umrah flights. Alan Dron reports.

Emirates Airline to improve passenger experience at Terminal 3

Travellers departing from Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 can look forward to a smoother airport experience with the implementation of two new initiatives that will streamline the check-in and immigration checks at

Executive AirShare's Launch Lease offers Middle-Market companies travel flexibility

Companies of all sizes see the impact private travel can make to their bottom line. By avoiding the hassle and delays of commercial travel, their leaders utilise their time more efficiently to see more people, more frequently, to ensure

Oman gets first Typhoon

The Royal Air Force of Oman has received its first Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet - part of a batch of 12 - with its arrival marked with a ceremony, held last week in the presence of the Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman - Air Vice-Marshal

Why the SANG will soon be on song

Building a 156-strong rotary-wing fleet is a part of the Saudi Arabian National Guard's modernisation effort, which fits into the country's 2030 modernisation plan. David Oliver reports.

Honeywell helps aircraft operators comply with upcoming mandates

Honeywell has met the performance standard for transponders required by the European Aviation Safety Agency to make air traffic management safer and more efficient.

TAA SK 12MTHS16
See us at
DIAC BT1105121117AIME BT1204240118Aviation Africa BT18418RMIT BT1631817Global Aerospace BT28218DAS BT1105161117