Flights from Brussels to Dubai
Flight information Brussels to Dubai
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 5152 kilometers
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Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) are the two international airports in Dubai handling flights from all over the globe. Travelers looking to make the trip from Brussels to Dubai are able to catch flights with Emirates, the only airline currently operating on this route. All flights from Brussels arrive at Dubai International Airport, the country’s main airport.
* This information is correct as of July 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
Dubai International Airport is Dubai’s primary airport consisting of three passenger terminals which you can travel between by metro or bus. Passengers flying with Emirates will be arriving at Terminal 3, the base of all Emirates operations. Once you have landed at the airport you can journey into the center of Dubai on the Dubai Metro which is linked to Terminal 3 and Terminal 1, or you can also find taxis outside terminals for a direct journey to your destination. Renting a car is also popular among visitors to Dubai. Whilst waiting at the airport you can look forward to enjoy world-class amenities and services including various designer and luxury stores, duty-free shopping and a wide selection of dining and drinking establishments.
Airport Information - Departing
Brussels Airport is Belgium’s main airport located just 12km outside of the capital. The airport itself consists of a single terminal and offers a broad range of amenities and services to keep travelers happy. Departures at the airport are handled on Level 3, while Arrivals are on Level 2. There are many ways to reach the airport if you don’t want to take a taxi, the fastest method being by rail from central Brussels in less than 20 minutes. While you wait to board your flight there are plenty of eateries and cafes to enjoy something to eat as well as a many different shops including duty-free stores so you can pick up everything you need to get for your trip.
What to Expect in Dubai
In Dubai the weather is a lot hotter compared to Brussels no matter what time of year you visit, although those looking to avoid the heat can visit between December and February when temperatures cool down a lot. Belgian nationals and other EU citizens are able to enter Dubai without requiring a visa, and remember that Dubai is 2 hours ahead of Brussels so you will have to put your clocks forward when you arrive. There are lots of hotels in Dubai catering for every budget.
Further reading on Dubai
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