Flight Arrival â€“ Dubai Airport is one of the most beautiful airports in the world. As a result lots of travelers choose Dubai as their traveler destination and Dubai is one of the busiest airports in the world.
The UAE consist of 7 emirates and the UAE have their own airport, Al Ain Airport in Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi international airport, Dubai International Airport, Fujairah International Airport, Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah International Airport.
Airport Security â€“ all airports in UAE is equipped with e- gate facilities, with e- gates facilities the travelers simply need to swipe their cards at the e-gates to get their immigration procedures done, this makes it more convenient for travelers because they donâ€™t need to fall in line immigration counters. The e-gate was first introduced in Dubai International Airport.
Dubai International Airport â€“ Of all 6 International Airports of UAE, Dubai International Airport is the busiest of them all and the fastest growing airport in UAE. Dubai International Airport serves 107 airlines connecting to 160 destinations.
Dubai Airport was established in 1959 by the order or the ruler Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum and was the first airport that was built in UAE, at that time the airport only had one run way.
Dubai Airport Facilities â€“ Dubai Airport is continually developing and has added 2 terminals more, the airport has a meet and greet assistance service which is known as Marhaba Service.
Dubai International Airport Terminal 1 â€“ also called the Sheikh Rashid Terminal, this is the main heart of Dubai International Airport. The terminal has installed passenger clearance system, known as e-gate, which uses a smartcard to screen passengerâ€™s data. Terminal 1 compromise of 5 levels, Dubai duty free, the second floor is for departure, the 3rd floor for arrival, the last 2 levels are for airport hotel. The terminal have 27 boarding gates, 47 aerobridges and has 36 lounges which consists of first class, business class, airline, quite lounge and regular or economy lounges for terminal 1 travelers. Also terminal one consist of business centre, health clubs, exchanges, dining and entertainment, internet services, medical service and even post office.
Dubai International Airport Terminal 2 – terminal 2 was built in 1998, it serves as an expansion of the Dubai Airport. Terminal 2 can be accessed from AL Twar Road, serves executive flights and point to point schedule as well as regional flights.
Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 â€“ serves as an expansion of terminal , this part serves Emirates Airlines flights.