During 'peak periods', only passengers will be permitted inside Dubai International (DXB) airport, according to its operator. It is recommended that passengers say their farewells at home. Access to the arrival forecourts of Terminals 1 and 3 is limited to public transport and authorized airport vehicles. Ahead of the summer travel surge, DXB issued an advisory stating that UAE residents will enjoy a four-day break from June 15-18 for Eid Al Adha, followed by a two-month school summer vacation. DXB anticipates welcoming over 3.7 million visitors from June 12 to 25, with an average daily traffic of 264,000, peaking on June 22 with over 287,000 guests. Flydubai passengers are advised to arrive four hours before departure. Emirates passengers should utilize the airline's home-, early-, and self-check-in services, including city check-in options. Other airline passengers should arrive no more than three hours before departure, using online check-in when possible. Be aware of your airline's baggage allowance and packing rules to avoid surprises. Prepare for security screening by placing metal items in your hand luggage and adhering to guidelines for liquids, aerosols, and gels. Families with children over 12 can use Smart Gates to speed up passport control. Stay updated on your destination's travel regulations and have necessary documents ready. Organize travel documents and weigh luggage at home to streamline the airport process. Pack spare batteries and power banks in your hand luggage. Use the Dubai Metro to navigate between Terminals 1 and 3 and to avoid traffic congestion.