Allow yourself plenty of time if you’re traveling this weekend.
Emirates has advised customers to allow at least three hours before departure time in case of delays.
Thursday will be the busiest day for the airport this weekend, and with roadworks taking place nearby; it’s advised to heed these warnings.
Emirates expects a busy weekend at Dubai Airport. Passengers departing or connecting at @DubaiAirports are advised to plan their journeys with ample time to get to the airport, and through airport formalities. https://t.co/K6D8hRwT3i pic.twitter.com/LyGhjHCRHJ
— Emirates Airline (@emirates) November 29, 2017
Families travelling with Emirates have a special check in area
The Dubai based airline expects over 113,000 to travel through Emirates’ Terminal 3 and three Concourses from Wednesday November 29 to Sunday November 3.
Passengers are also advised to arrive no later than 90 minutes before their flight.
The Dubai based airline has a special check in area for families, made up of 20 economy check-in counters in Terminal 3 at Area 2, to make travel a little easier.
Every little helps on one of the busiest weekends of the year.