Dubai flight passengers can now check in at the Dubai Mall

The service is available from AED 99 (US$ 26.95), which covers the check-in fee for one passenger with one piece of luggage

Officials from the company check in customers for their flights, print their boarding passes, weigh and secure their baggage in addition to delivering them to the airport and loading them onto the aircraft
Officials from the company check in customers for their flights, print their boarding passes, weigh and secure their baggage in addition to delivering them to the airport and loading them onto the aircraft

Passengers flying from Dubai can now check-in at the Dubai Mall.

Dnata’s DUBZ, a baggage technology and logistics company has opened a ‘check-in station’ in mall to offer airline passengers another convenient option to check in.

Officials from the company check in customers for their flights, print their boarding passes, weigh and secure their baggage in addition to delivering them to the airport and loading them onto the aircraft.

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After collecting their boarding passes, baggage tags, customers can shop at the mall and then take a metro to the airport. 

Passengers can arrive at the terminal up to 60 minutes before their flight, where they can proceed straight to passport control.

The company provides its services to the passengers of nine airlines, including flydubai, SAUDIA, flynas, China Southern, Kuwait Airways, Gulf Air, SaudiGulf, Royal Jordanian, and Ethiopian Airlines.

The service is available from AED 99 (US$ 26.95), which covers the check-in fee for one passenger with one piece of luggage. Additional pieces of luggage can be added for a fee of AED 40 ($26.95) each. The service price is capped at AED 249 ($67.8) covering up to 10 bags.

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