Taking A Trip During Eid? Emirates Has Issued A Quick Guide To Help You Beat The Travel Rush!

by Deeplata Garde
Taking A Trip During Eid? Emirates Has Issued A Quick Guide To Help You Beat The Travel Rush!

Bags are packed and tickets are booked! We all have been waiting desperately for this Eid/Summer vacation to encroach on our busy schedules. And now that the time is here we can’t wait to travel to our holiday destination. But taking a trip overseas calls for many elements that make it a fussy situation. But Emirates Airlines has issued a guide that might help you sort your airport process to beat the travel rush during the festive season of Eid. So read on…

Beat The Travel Rush With These 10 Quick Tips With Emirates

1. Take Note Of Your Departure & Travel Time

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It goes without saying that checking the am and pm difference while travelling should be considered. Check the timings mentioned on the tickets well in advance to avoid any kind of confusion.

2. Online Check-In With Emirates

Make sure you get done with the online check-in before 48 hrs of departure. Keep your printable boarding pass downloaded.

3. Drop Your Luggage In Advance

The provision to drop your baggage 24 or 12 hr before departure is offered by Dubai-based airline, Emirates. So arrive at the airport for your flight and walk directly to the immigration.

4. The Home Check-In Service

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Emirates has introduced a luxury service called the ‘Home Check-in’. Wondering what makes it special? Well, their staff visit your home, helps your check-in and take your luggage with them so you can walk in style at the airport on D-day! This service is free for first-class passengers.

5. Smart Gates

In order to expedite immigration on every trip back to Dubai, travellers can sign up to use the Smart Gates at Emirates Terminal 3. Passengers who are citizens or residents of the UAE may utilise their passports, boarding permit, or legitimate UAE ID. GCC nationals and visitors who have a biometric passport and a visa on arrival are also permitted to use Smart Gates.

6. Order Online From Duty-Free In Advance

The majority of flights provide the pre-order option, which allows customers to make purchases from 21 days to 40 hours before departure. When checking out, customers must provide their flight information. The items are then delivered by the cabin crew to the customer’s seat during the flight, making for an exceptional experience.

7. People Of Determination Support Center By Emirates

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Dedicated assistance from qualified airline and airport workers is available to people of determination when they travel. Turn to the skilled personnel for assistance if the Eid rush seems a little overwhelming. This also provides planning guidance for those with concealed disabilities at Dubai International Airport (DXB). Additionally, parking at the airport is free for two hours. access to a designated priority lane for passport control, security screening, and expedited boarding, if needed.

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8. Remote Check-In

Ajman Central Bus Terminal offers a 24-hour City Check-in service for passengers who are commencing their journeys there. An AED 20 bus ticket will take you directly to Emirates Terminal 3 with frequent departures from 4 am to 11.30 pm. Passengers can check-in up to 4 hours prior to the flight’s departure, check in their luggage, and pick up their boarding cards. Travellers can simply go to their flight after arriving at the airport.

9. Self Check-In

Hate to stand in long queues to check in? You can simply visit the booths that allow you to check in from a touch-screen kiosk.

10. Download The Emirates App

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You can practice most of the above-mentioned things with a click on the app.

If you don’t have the app visit the official website of Emirates to find tips and tricks to make your travel effortless this Eid.

Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/ Emirates