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Flight Radar – Flight Tracker Dubai: Track every flight live on the map
Watch the air traffic around Dubai and DXB live on the flight radar map. Get information about flight delays, arrivals and departures and see all flights above Dubai. Flight-tracking applications like Flightradar24, Flightaware and Radarbox24 give you the opportunity to track every flight around Dubai from start till landing. All you have to do is to click on one of the airplanes on the map and you are ready to track your flight. See all interesting information like the current flight status, the origin and destination, the average travel time, details about the airline and many more flight details. See how many aircrafts are flying above Dubai and which flights are departing or arriving at Dubai International Airport (DXB) right now.
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Dubai International Airport DXB
Serves: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Hub for: Emirates, flydubai
Dubai International Airport DXB (مطار دبي الدولي) is by far the busiest airport in the world when it comes to international passenger traffic. DXB is located in the Al Garhoud district and spread over an area of 1,250 ha. Dubai International Airport is the homebase of Emirates, the biggest airline of the United Arab Emirates. Terminal 3 of DXB was built exclusively for Emirates and is the worlds largest airport terminal with a capacity of 65 million passengers. Terminal 3 is mainly used by Emirates, while Terminal 2 serves flights operated by Fly Dubai. Terminal 1 is used by all foreign airlines which operates from and to Dubai. Dubai International Airport is also the worlds fastest growing aviation hub. Since its opening in 1960 DXB has an annual growth rate of more than 13% and connects more than 240 destinations around the globe. When it comes to size Dubai International Airport has also the biggest Duty-free store in the world. Inside the airport you can even find a five star hotel. To find all what you need very quick when you arrive at Dubai International Airport we recommend you the official DXB app. You can download the app for free in the App Store and Google Play.
Tips for transit passengers: Connection flights at Dubai International Airport DXB
Dubai International Airport is huge – but this doesn’t mean that you won’t catch you connection flight on time. DXB is designed to operate in a way which makes it easy to switch between flights. If you want to catch a Emirates flight the minimum connection time is set to 60 minutes. In case you have a short connection (60-120 minutes) you need to be quick and use the right ways to navigate through the worlds biggest airport. We recommend you to locate your next flight on the nearest screen and note the gate. Don’t just rely on the gate number printed on your boarding pass because there might be changes in the meantime. If you don’t have an issued boarding pass you should go directly to the connection counters. In Dubai International Airport you will see many signs to “Connections”. Just follow them and make sure you take the right way. If you are in Terminal 3 don’t wait for announcements. It is a silent terminal so you won’t hear the name announced. To not miss your flight we recommend you also to not spend to much time in the Duty-free shops. If you want to do some shopping just enter the shops closed-by and always keep an eye on the time.
If you are self-connecting in DXB you need to take your baggage from the baggage carrousels after the immigration desk. So to collect your baggage you need to enter the United Arab Emirates and this means some time for waiting. If you are a national of a country which needs a transit visa you should be aware of complications if you don’t have one. In case you need assistance just visit the “connections” desk before you head to the exit.
If you want to know the exact flight status you can also check flight information with Flightradar. Flight tracking applications like Flightradar24 and Flightaware show you all the important details for your flight.
Traveling between Terminals at DXB
Dubai International Airport has three main terminals. There is also the Dubai World Central where some airlines at DXB operate from.
- Terminal 1: International flights (except Emirates and Qantas)
- Terminal 2: Fly Dubai
- Terminal 3: Emirates, Qatar Airways, Gulf Air, Qantas
- Dubai World Central: Qatar Airways, Wizz Air, Gulf Air
If you need to travel between Terminal 1 and 3 you don’t have to worry about the connection. It will take you 5 to 30 minutes on foot. There is also a metro and shuttle busses, which operates every 20 minutes. Traveling from Dubai International to Dubai World Centre or vice versa takes a bit longer because there is a distance of 64 km between those airports. But there is a bus which takes you there in around 40 minutes. Keep in mind that you have to go through immigration and to collect your luggage.
Flying to Dubai: Keep track of your flight to Dubai
Dubai offers not just the world’s tallest building and the biggest mall in the world where you can shop until you drop – you can also find many beautiful beaches and hidden germ there. Many people come to Dubai every year to see the Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, The Dubai Mall and enjoy the unique atmosphere the city has to offer. But Dubai is not just great for holidays. Many people also just have a stopover in Dubai or are on a business trip. Except the many attractions Dubai has to offer, there are also many interesting events taking place in Dubai, like the Dubai Shopping Festival which takes place every year. People from all over the world fly to Dubai to join the world’s biggest shopping festival. Also the Expo 2020 in Dubai will attract many people to visit the sparkling metropole.
You want to visit Dubai for the annual shopping festival? Or do you want to be part of the Expo 2020 in Dubai? With Flightradar you can keep track of your flight to Dubai and from Dubai to your hometown. Check the flight status of your flight and see if there are any delays or cancellations.
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