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Airport transfers

There are many convenient ways to get from Dubai International Airport to your hotel or other destinations in Dubai. 

Outside the Arrivals hall, you will find a taxi rank where you can easily and quickly find an official Dubai taxi. Larger taxis are available for people travelling in bigger groups or who have a lot of luggage. The starting charge for a Dubai taxi from Dubai International Airport is AED 20 for the smaller one and AED 20 for the larger one.


The Dubai Metro operates its Red Line, which stops at Dubai International Airport Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, offers a quick and easy way of getting from the airport to various destinations around Dubai. The Red Line travels through parts of Deira and all the way to Jebel Ali  travels through Deira and Bur Dubai. Metro fares are very reasonable, starting from just AED 1.80 per journey.

There is also a bus service from the airport. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) operates a fleet of modern, air-conditioned buses that offer an economical mode of transport to passengers. Dubai Buses have a flat fare system, starting from AED2 per journey.

From May 2014, RTA has introduced dedicated shuttle buses to select hotels in Dubai. Called the Sky Bus service, these cost AED 15 per trip and includes free WiFi service. Operational timings are every half an hour, from 12 noon to late night, with the RTA continuing to expand the routes and timings to take tourists to most major hotels in Dubai.

Passengers wishing to hire a car for the duration of their stay in Dubai can pick up their vehicle from Dubai International Airport. When collecting your hire car, you will need to present a copy of your passport and international driving licence, as well as your credit card. Dubai has a road toll system, called Salik, and certain main roads have toll gates. If you drive under one of these toll gates, you will be charged AED 4, via an electronic tag that is fitted to the windscreen of your hire car. You can expect to find any Salik charges that you incur during your stay added on to your final bill when you return your hire car.
 
If you have reservations with a Dubai hotel, check whether your package includes an airport transfer – most hotels offer this service to their guests. If the hotel is providing transport, there will be a hotel representative holding a board with your name on it, or the name of your hotel, waiting for you in the Arrivals area.
 

 

Published Date : 13/07/2015Back


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