Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) is a progressive international airport in the United Arab Emirates and has been in operation since 1977, but its history dates back to 1932 as a major stopover for British Airways.
Passengers like to use the Emirates Lounges at Dubai International Airport where they can relax and prepare for the flight. There you can just relax in peace, have something to eat and drink or even take a shower. It’s all possible if you have access to one of these lounges.
How best to get from Dubai to Ras al Khaimah we will explain here. There are many different options that can be used.
These are the best Dubai airport tips you should know when changing planes there or flying back home. As a passenger, you have to know that it is one of the busiest airports in the world. There is always a lot going on there, especially at night.
If you fly in Business or First Class you can use the Emirates Chauffeur Service free of charge. Here you can find information on how to use it and whether there are any restrictions.
Before a trip, you should find out which airport is suitable in Dubai. In the metropolis, there are two airports where you can land. These differ by the situation and also which airlines from there end up and depart.
Here we explain what the best transfer from Dubai Airport to the hotel is. There are many different options there that you can use as a tourist. These of course always differ in the price how much you have to pay.
If you are flying to the USA from Dubai International Airport, biometric boarding is possible. We will describe here exactly how this works.
The Marhaba Lounge is an exclusive lounge at Dubai International Airport where you can spend some wonderful time before your flight. How much does that cost and what can be expected, we will explain here once?
Here we present the best downtown Dubai sights that you should see. The highlight is of course the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall, which of course are among the city’s top attractions.
One of the largest and most popular hotel complexes in Dubai is the Madinat Jumeirah. This consists of several hotels and a beautiful souk. This was built in 2004 and has already been expanded several times.
Directly at the Dubai Creek, there is a mile which Al Seef calls where there are numerous shops and restaurants where you can end the evening in the metropolis. The location is perfect where you have a great view of the skyline of the creek building. Tags there are a bit quieter there, but in the evening there is always something going on there.
Here you can find information about Dubai Airport Terminal 3, where all Emirates Airline passengers land. This is used exclusively by this airline. It is also the most modern terminal at the airport where there is a large duty-free area.
Since January 1, 2018, the Dubai VAT of five percent has been introduced, which also has to be paid by tourists. Here you get useful information on what you need to know and which other taxes still have to be paid on site.
Here you can find information about Dubai Airport Terminal 2. There is the hub of the low-cost airline Flydubai where you can reach many destinations in the region.
A Dubai stopover is a wonderful way to get to know the Arab metropolis. That means you stay there for two to three days and take a close look at everything with the sights. Then you just fly on to the desired destination. There are different ways you can do it. We will explain exactly what these are here.
For the Burj Khalifa visit, you need a ticket which you should reserve in advance. As a visitor, you can visit various viewing platforms. Here we explain what exactly these are and what you have to spend on them.
The United Arab Emirates consists of seven states. Dubai is the capital of the emirate of the same name and is located on the Persian Gulf. With a population of 2.106 million, it is the largest city in all of the Emirates.
Thirty years ago, the territory of the United Arab Emirates was a lifeless desert with rare Bedouin settlements in the sands and squalid fishing villages by the sea. Then they found oil here, and today this Middle Eastern corner is like another planet.
Public transport in Dubai is represented by metro, buses, and trams. Our tourists prefer to use taxis or transfers, but to use public transport is worth at least for the sake of immersion in a cultural environment, let alone economy.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Aerospace Hub recorded a 78 percent growth of private jets movements in Q4 2020, compared to Q4 2019. The Mohammed bin Rashid Aerospace Hub (MBRAH) at Dubai South has said that…
There are a total of 125 bus routes in Dubai, with an additional 11 routes added in April 2017. There are a total of 125 bus routes in Dubai, with an additional 11 routes added…