Dubai Airports issues an important statement for all departures and arrivals today
As a result of the adverse weather conditions, Dubai Airports reported that some operations at Dubai International Airport were impacted today. At ten o'clock in the morning, UAE time, thirteen aircraft had been rerouted to airports in the surrounding area, while six departure flights had been canceled.
In addition, the company issued a statement that said, "Dubai Airports strongly recommends that passengers take the metro in order to avoid congestion on the roads, check the conditions of the roads, and plan additional time in order to arrive at Dubai International Airport." Guests are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the airlines directly in order to get the most up-to-date information on the status of flights at Dubai International Airport. Visit the website of Dubai International Airport to get flight information for their trip.
She proceeded by saying "Dubai Airports works in cooperation with airlines, control authorities, and all strategic partners at Dubai International Airport to ensure that operational operations run smoothly for our traveling guests."
Dubai International Airport is an international airport located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the largest airport in the Middle East, and the third largest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic, after Hartsfield-Jackson airports in Atlanta and Interstate Airport in Chicago.
Opened in 1960, Dubai International Airport was initially a small airport serving limited domestic and international flights. As Dubai grew, the airport also grew, and was significantly expanded several times.
In 2004, Terminal 3 was opened at Dubai International Airport, the largest terminal in the world. The terminal can accommodate 50 million passengers annually, and includes a variety of facilities, including restaurants, cafes, shops and entertainment areas.
In 2013, Terminal 4 was opened at Dubai International Airport, a building dedicated to Emirates Airlines. The terminal can accommodate 40 million passengers annually and includes state-of-the-art facilities and technology.
Dubai International Airport serves more than 160 airlines, connecting Dubai to more than 270 destinations around the world. The airport is a major hub for international aviation and plays an important role in the UAE economy.