DXB advises travellers against arriving too early

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To avoid overcrowding, passengers departing from Dubai International Airport (DXB) have been advised to reach the terminal three hours before their departure time, and not too early.

Dubai Airports are also reminding travellers to check their flight status directly with their airline.

Dubai Airports added that their teams are working to restore normal operations and minimise delays for affected guests in light of the challenges posed by the recent extreme weather conditions.


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