The airport said, “We experienced a technical issue at DXB Terminal 1 Departures check-in earlier today. The issue is now resolved however, some flights may be delayed for up to 40 minutes.
Customs officers requested a routine check on the defendant’s belongings, and then asked him to undergo a body scanner for security purposes.
Dubai Airports has issued a passenger advisory alerting travellers about Dubai International (DXB) getting exceptionally busy over the next two weeks as a result of schools breaking for summer and the Eid Al Adha holidays.
Flights to Abha will commence on June 23 with a daily service, from Terminal 2, Dubai International Airport. The carrier will start operations to 10 additional routes from June 22 onwards.
Nothing was found inside the defendant’s bags, but when he was asked to undergo a body scanner, a quantity of an unknown substance was seen inside his body.
The flying teams include Al Fursan, Russian Knights by the Russian Air Force; Surya Kiran, the aerobatics demonstration team of the Indian Air Force; and the Saudi Falcons, a BAE Hawk-equipped Royal Saudi Air Force aerobatic team.
Passengers travelling from the UAE to Denmark must present a negative COVID-19 no older than 24 hours before boarding. On arrival they must take another test and isolate for 10 days, the embassy said, adding that these rules apply until Feb.28.
A steady surge of growth throughout the second quarter has propelled Dubai International’s (DXB) half yearly traffic to 27.9 million passengers. DXB achieved the milestone despite a significant reduction in capacity resulting from the 45-day closure of its northern runway in May-June for a major refurbishment project.
Dubai Airports Chief Executive Paul Griffiths said, "We should be back at the normal sort of monthly throughputs of about 7 million passengers-plus by the end of next year. That's what we're predicting."