Dubai International Airport's opens new passport control counters

Terminal 3 passengers arriving at Dubai International Airport will now have the ability to stamp their own passports upon arrival.

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It was revealed on Friday that young passengers travelling through Dubai International Airport (DXB) now have their own dedicated passport control lanes and counters at the airport.

Dubai International Airport's opens new passport control counters

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It was announced in a statement by Dubai's General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) that new passport control platforms had been introduced. These platforms are designed for children between the ages of four and twelve.

According to the authorities, the new counters can be seen in the arrivals hall of Terminal 3 at DXB. These counters have an eye-catching design that is centred on a space concept and feature vivid colours.

The nicest part about this location is that it provides the kids with the chance to stamp their own passports, which is always a highlight for them.

According to what the authority had to say about the matter, "on special occasions, the young travellers are received by 'Salem and Salama,' two mascots wearing the uniform of Dubai GDRFA employees."

إقامة دُبيّ تضيف منصات جوازات جديدة للأطفال من سن من ( 4 -12 ) سنة في صالة القادمين بمبنى رقم 3 في مطار دبي الدولي، وتمنحهم فُرصة ختم جوازاتهم بأنفسهم..

— GDRFA DUBAI إقامة دبي (@GDRFADUBAI) April 21, 2023

According to GDRFA's explanation, Salem and Salama were planned to facilitate the formation of new friendships and the production of joy for young tourists as soon as they entered the city.

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