Entertainment and offers await 1.1 million passengers at Dubai International this weekend

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Dubai International Airport (DXB) has prepared live entertainment and special offers for the expected 1.1 million passengers that will pass through its terminal for the four-day spring break weekend.

Activities for passengers of all ages will also be run across the terminals on one of the busiest travel weekends of the year.

Anita Mehra, senior vice president of communications and reputation at Dubai Airports, said, “An estimated 260,000 travellers are expected to pass through DXB every day from Friday through Monday and we want to remind those flying out of Dubai to beat the rush by arriving early to the airport and making the most of all the food, shopping and relaxation on offer.

“As part of this latest in a series of Hangout@DXB initiatives, we will be organizing many activities including #musicDXB performances by solo artists as well as complimentary treats and surprise giveaways that are sure to delight our customers.”

The airport will be implementing a detailed operational plan and boosting staff numbers between the curb and boarding gates to meet the footfall demand, and will also be working closely with airlines, control authorities, and other business partners to ensure a smooth operation during the rush period.

In additional to musical entertainment, passengers travelling out of concourse D will get to play the popular virtual reality game Find Pedro to win prizes, take 360º virtual reality selfies, and enjoy complimentary cupcakes.

A number of special offers have also been lined up to surprise passengers.

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