Al Maktoum DWC International Airport. This is the second international airport of Dubai, which opened in 2010 and is set to become the largest in the world. But in the meantime, Dubai Airport is synonymous with Dubai International Airport DXB. This is where the majority of Nordic travelers to Dubai and the UAE land.
With 33,000 square meters of stores and restaurants, Dubai Airport is one of the best duty-free destinations in the world. Perfumes, liquor, sweets, clothes, jewelry – you name it, you’ll find it here at lucrative prices!
Internet access in airports is often a bit unstable. A problem that does not exist at Dubai International Airport. In fact, Dubai Airport has set up more than 6,000 WiFi points and offers free connectivity to all visitors to Dubai Airport.
There are many ways to get from Dubai Airport to the city. Cab, bus or metro from terminals 1 and 3 are all quick ways to get around.
Dubai International Airport serves as a hub for air travel throughout the Middle East, with flights to over 260 destinations worldwide.
Emirates Airlines of the United Arab Emirates unsurprisingly dominates the runways at Dubai Airport. Dubai Airport is the home base for Emirates Airlines, which serves a total of 180 destinations on 6 continents. “Fly Emirates” is the airline’s famous slogan. A call that travelers around the world have taken to heart, to say the least. Every week, about 3,600 Emirates Airlines flights take off from Dubai International Airport. Emirates Airlines is known for its commitment to quality in all aspects of its flights.