Al Maktoum Airport Guide
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Three weeks after the opening of the world’s newest airport, Al Maktoum, which serves the huge enterprise zone of Dubai World Central, things are already looking good.
Today saw the low key opening of Al Maktoum International Airport with the first commercial passenger flight to land there, courtesy of Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air.

BUSINESS TRAVEL at Al Maktoum Airport

It's expected that a significant proportion of passengers using Al Maktoum Airport will fall into the business traveller category. The state of the art airport will be considered by many to be luxury, however for those wanting to get away from the crowds can opt for business and executive lounges.

There will be a range of business facilities available at Al Maktoum Airport, from the moment you arrive with valet parking to the in-flight meal.

Fast Track

Some of the airlines operating from Al Maktoum Airport will offer a Fast Track or Priority service to its customers. This can be booked with your airline when making your reservation so it's best to check what is included but is likely to all of, or a selection of the below;
  • Dedicated business parking / valet
  • Priority check-in
  • Priority Boarding
  • Priority Duty Free

Executive Lounges

All terminals will have executive lounges that can be booked via your airline, or through a provider such as Executive Lounges. Servisair run the lounges, which can be booked on arrival, follow the signs and enquire at the door.

The following services can be found in the executive lounges at Al Maktoum Airport;
  • Air Conditioning
  • Comfortable seating
  • Complimentary hot and cold food
  • Complimentary hot and cold drinks
  • Workstations with high speed internet connection
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Quiet Areas
  • Shower  Facilities
The lounge is open 24 hours a day and a standard stay is up to 5 hours and costs as follows;

Adults - Circa 150 AED
Children - Circa 100 AED