Bangladesh travel

Emirates shares advice for the upcoming busy travel period

(MENAFN-Bangladesh Monitor)

Dubai: Emirates encourages all travelers to explore the wide range of online and remote check-in options available, ahead of the peak Eid travel period and Dubai school holidays from July 8.

Passengers are advised to arrive at the airport at least 3 hours before the departure of their flight and ensure that they have all the documents required for their destination. The airline also advises a number of ways to further improve the travel experience and avoid delays, such as: using the Emirates app, checking COVID-19 travel requirements in advance , WhatsApp COVID-19 Travel Support registration, online check-in; using self check-in kiosks, biometric path and smart gates at Dubai airport.

The Emirates app allows users to book and change flights, download a digital boarding pass, plan meals in advance, book a chauffeur service and even pre-select and schedule movies to watch via in-flight entertainment.

WhatsApp COVID-19 Travel Support enables travelers to Dubai to get the latest travel requirements on WhatsApp for popular destinations. This is the latest information available to the customer service team and is updated daily.

Emirates now operates 21 weekly flights from Dhaka and via Dubai, offering convenient connections to over 130 destinations worldwide.

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