Dubai: flydubai & Emirates return to operating their full flight schedule

Dubai Web Desk

DUBAI, UAE: After unprecedented rains disrupted hundreds of flights in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Dubai-based airline flydubai has now returned to operating its full flight schedule from Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

Meanwhile, another airline Emirates has also announced that its regular flight schedules have been restored.

The President Emirates Airline Tim Clark said that passengers previously stranded in the airport transit area have been rebooked and are enroute to their destinations.

“We have put together a taskforce to sort, reconcile, and deliver some 30,000 pieces of left-behind baggage to their owners,” the airline said.

The DXB advised all departing passengers to arrive at the airport three hours before their flight to allow sufficient time to check-in, and urged them not to come too early to the airport to avoid increased congestion in the terminal.