Dubai Airport Departures DXB

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Address: Dubai – United Arab Emirates (دبي)
Code: DXB
Phone: +971 4 224 5555

About Dubai international airport departures

Dubai International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. It is a major destination and ideally located to serve as a hub. The airport is 20 minutes northwest of the city. It is easy to reach by train, bus or taxi. More and more holidaymakers are opting for a Dubai departures. Due to its location between Europe and the Far East, a stopover for a few days is also easy to make.

Terminals Dubai Airport

There are several terminals available. Terminal 1 has several floors where the DBX departures are divided. There is 1 concourse, the D gates. Terminal 2 is an older terminal and is mainly used for low-cost airlines such as FlyDubai. Also mainly regional flights from and to will be used here. Terminal 3 is the largest with concourse A, B and C. Mainly all Emirates flights will be handled here. Emirates have the most Dubai departures to most destinations to mainly Africa, Europe and Asia.



All Dubai international departures take the long runways of 14,600 and 13,100 feet. This is also necessary because Emirates is a major consumer of the Airbus A380 aircraft, the largest passenger aircraft available.

Passenger statistics

In total, 86,396,757 passengers were transported via the airport in 2019. That was 373,261 DBX airport departures. With a maximum capacity of 90 million, the airport is almost at its max.

Airlines and destinations from Dubai Airport

The destinations of Dubai International Airport are endless, just like the amount of airlines that can be seen here with DXB flight departures. To name a few: Aeroflot and Azur Air from Moscow, Air Canada from Toronto, Air China from Beijing, Air France from Paris, Air India from Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad and more in India. Arkia and Israir fly from Tel Aviv, British Airways from London, Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong, China Eastern and China outhern with Dubai DXB departures to multiple destinations in China. FlyDubai has Dubai flight departures many destinations in the region while IndiGo fly often to India. KLM has a route to Amsterdam, Korean Air from Seoul, Lufthansa from Frankfurt, Norwegian Air Shuttle from Oslo / Stockholm and Copenhagen, Singapore Airlines from Singapore, SpiceJet and Thai Aiways from Bangkok and many more.