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Emirates expects busy start to 2017

Posted 28 December 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates expects a busy start to 2017, as travellers return from the holiday season.

Emirates expects a busy start to 2017, as travellers return from the holiday season. Close to 250,000 passengers are expected to pass through Emirates’ Concourses and Terminal 3 in the first three days of the year, according to the latest booking figures. The busiest day for the airline is expected to be on Monday 2 January where a record of over 87,000 passengers will pass through Terminal 3.

To make the journey as seamless and trouble-free as possible at the airport, Emirates is deploying extra staff to assist customers.

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