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Emirates Terminal 3 in Dubai launches Flights to European Network

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Emirates has activated phase three of its operations from Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International by launching flights to its European network. Now, all Emirates’ flights to Europe, Americas, the GCC, Middle East and Africa will operate from Emirates Terminal 3, escalating operations to 168 daily flights or 60% of all the airline’s services.

All flight numbers in the 000, 100, 200, 700, 800, 900 series and any extra flights on these routes now depart and arrive at Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International.

Emirates Terminal 3 is buzzing with activity as passengers are eager to experience and explore the new terminal and its facilities. In the first 12 days of operations, Emirates Terminal 3 handled 336 flight departures, 345 arrivals and nearly 150,000 passengers.

Self-Service Kiosks at the new terminal have become a huge hit among passengers, with more than 2,500 having used the kiosks to-date. There are 24 kiosks - 12 each with and without baggage - in the tastefully furnished First and Business Class check-in lounge. In addition, 36 kiosks – 18 each with and without baggage – dot the enormous Economy Class check-in lounge.

Emirates online check-in feature has also caught on with more than 4,600 passengers having checked-in online since the start of the new terminal, highlighting the advantages of the feature – seat selection, convenience, and time-saving. 

The fourth and final phase will include flights to the Indian Subcontinent, East Asia and Australasia, taking the total operations to 269 flights every day.

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