Dubai-based carrier Emirates has announced that it has successfully completed its move to the new terminal in Dubai International Airport.

Dubai-based carrier Emirates has announced that it has successfully completed its move to the new terminal in Dubai International Airport.

Terminal 3, dedicated to Emirates flights only, opened on October 14th and will increase the airport’s capacity by another 20 million passengers, the Associated Press reported at the time.

Emirates has now moved all of its services to the new terminal, which has 18 baggage carousels, paid concierge and a large reception area.

Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, said more than 500,000 passengers had already used the terminal as of November 18th and that they have given good feedback so far.

“Our operations at Emirates Terminal 3 have been an unmitigated success, thanks to a phased move, strong collaborative effort by all stakeholders and the unstinting support of our passengers,” he remarked.

Meanwhile, a new airport is under construction at Jebel Ali, which will be one of the world’s largest upon its completion in early 2009.

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