Dubai International Terminal 3

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Dedicated for use by Emirates Airline, Terminal 3 increased Dubai International’s total capacity by 43 million passengers per year to 60 million when it opened along with an associated airside facility known as Concourse B in 2008. The Terminal 3 complex also includes Concourse A, a purpose-built facility for A380, which opened in January 2013 (Refer to Concourse A fact sheet) increasing the airport’s capacity to 75 million passengers per annum.

Project Costs                                                  US$4.5 billion [including T3+C2]
Passenger Handling Capacity                        43 million
A380 Gates                                                     5 at the new airside facility and 20 at A380-dedicated facility (put this in airside facility to be consistent)

Access to Terminal: Economy Class passengers access the Terminal from the main kerbside. First and Business Class passengers have dedicated kerbside at the entrance of the Terminal’s F&J Check-in area.

Total built-up area                                           515,000 m2 [equivalent to 94 football fields]
Floors                                                              6
Check-in counters                                          126 counters at Y class
32 counters at F & J
Oversized baggage check-in                          6 at Y class and 4 in F&J check-in
Self Service kiosks with baggage                   18 at Y class
12 at F & J
Self Service kiosks without baggage              18 at Y class
12 at F & J
Skywards Silver members                             7 counters
Lounge for Unaccompanied Minors                [5-11 and young passengers between 12-15 on request]3 lounges - Two lounges in the terminal at Departures and Arrivals, and one in the concourse at Departures.
Amenities: TV, video games, light refreshments, drawing and reading material, staff.
Special Handling Services Lounges               3 Lounges – two in the terminal at Departures and Arrivals, and one in the concourse at Departures.
Marhaba Lounge                                             From here passengers are escorted to the Marhaba Lounge in the Concourse
A ticket sale counters                                     2 counters – one in First and Business and one in Economy Class Check-in Hall.
Cashier Desks [excess baggage]                  6 in Economy class and 2 in F&J check in
Immigration counters - Departures                38 counters and 12 e-gates – Economy class passengers
10 counters and 4 e-gates – First & Business class
Immigration counters – Arrivals                      52 counters and 12 e-gates
Retail areas                                                     4800 m2. 3 Dubai Duty Free public shops including a pharmacy.


Food Court      Area 2000 m2; There are 10 outlets including: Costa, Burger King, Rupee Room, Delizie, Mashawi Lebanese Grill, Japengo, Coffee Bean & Second Cup
Baby Strollers Available in both Economy and First & Business Class check-in lounge

Access: Economy class passengers access the airside facility (concourse) via 4 Sky Trains and escalators.

First and Business class passengers access the airside facility using dedicated elevators; alternatively they could use the Skytrains via Economy class. Transferring / connecting passengers will access Level 2 from one of the three transfer areas.

Boarding: Departing passengers will be system boarded at Level 2 before proceeding to holding lounges on Level 1, where they will board the aircraft.

Total built up area                                           670,000 m2 [equivalent to 120 football fields]
Length x height                                                924m long x 90.8 m wide (at mid point) x 39.5 m high; narrowing to 56m at both ends
Floors                                                              10 (4xbasement + GF + 5 floor)
Gates                                                              26 (including 5 A380 gates)
Passenger Loading Bridges                           59
Remote stands                                               14 (for B777 and A340)
Boarding Lounges for remote stands             5
Transfer Areas                                                3
Transfer desks                                                62 (9 at GF + 53 at U1)
First Class Lounge                                         Located: East side of concourse on Level 4
Approx. 6344 m2
Capacity: 800 passengers
Business Class Lounge                                 Located: West side of airside facility on Level 4
Approx. 6953 m2
Capacity: 1200 passengers
Marhaba Lounge                                             Located: East side of concourse on Level 4
Capacity for 140. Hot meals, hot and cold beverages; business centre; exclusive lifts; family seating area; hand baggage storage area.
Customer Services Lounge                            For misconnections
Amenities                                                        Bathrooms
Retail Areas                                                    Approx. 10,700 m2
Dubai Duty Free shops – sports and leisure, food and toys, pharmacy, tobacco, electronics and music, mobiles and cameras, fashion, sunglasses, watches, gold and jewellery, perfumes and cosmetics, luggage, books and magazines
Food Courts                                                    Two; this includes two restaurants operated by Dubai International; these are also used for EK transfer passengers on long layovers.
14 restaurants including Burger King, Starbucks, pauls Coffee Shop, Cosi, Wine Shop, Segafredo, Good to Go, Pulp Juice Bar, Costa, McDonald's, Haagen Dazs
Hotels                                                              Level 5 - 4 star hotel + fitness club and health spa
Level 6 – split of 4 and 5-star rooms and suites
5 Star hotel: 38 rooms + 8 suites
4 Star hotel: 193 rooms + 14 suites
Airport Medical Centres                                              2

Arriving passengers terminating journey in Dubai continue to the Arrivals Hall in Level – 4. They access the terminal through 4 Skytrains and elevators.

Immigration                                                     52 counters and 12 e-gates
Baggage Services Lounges                           Two in Baggage Claim Hall (F & J, Y Class)
One in the Arrivals Hall
Baggage carousels                                         14 carousels + 4 for oversized luggage
Porter service available                                  For all classes at Dhs. 20 per trolley
Lounges                                                          Unaccompanied Minors
Special Handling
Chauffeur Service                                           350 m2
Customer Services                                         [Baggage]
Dubai Stopover                                               [STPC] Lounge
Others                                                             Information Counter
Visa Collection
Medical Clinic
Hotel Reservation, Car Rental and Tour operators
Taxi and Bus Collection
Retail                                                               2 Arrivals Duty Free shops and an arrivals public shop

BAGGAGE HANDLING SYSTEM                  The largest system and also the deepest [T3 is underground]
Capacity                                                          8,000 bags per hour at check-in
Baggage reclaim carousels                            14 in Arrivals hall and 4 for oversized bags
Screening injection points                               21
Make-up carousels                                         49
Conveyor belts                                                90km; handling 15,000 items of baggage per hour
Conveyor belt speed                                       27kmh
Early baggage storage                                    4,500 positions

Sky Trains                                                       (47 Pax each) Total 8 – 4 each at Arrivals and Departures
Elevators                                                         157
Escalators                                                       97
Moving Walkways                                           82
Dumbwaiters/Truck Lifts                                27

Piles                                                                8,700
Excavation                                                      10 million m3 of earth [fills 4,000 Olympic-size swimming pools]
Diaphragm walls                                             57,600 m2
Structural concrete                                         2.4 million m3 [fills 950 Olympic-size swimming pools]
Reinforcement                                                            450,000 tonnes
Structural steel                                                33,000 tonnes [weight of 850 A380s]


Total parking spaces                                      1,889
Car rental spaces                                           163
Emirates bus spaces                                     44
Check-in hall for baggage                               Area 4500 m2
18 check-in counters
information desk
cashier counter
Mosque Area                                                   950 m2
Number of floors                                             Three
Total area                                                        177,500 m2 [equivalent to 33 football fields]
Porterage Services                                         Available for departing Economy Class passengers at Dhs 20 per trolley. First and Business Class passengers have dedicated drop off area at the entrance of the terminal and have complimentary concierge services.
Note: The Metro, which was opened in September 2009, provides passengers another option to access Dubai International Emirates Terminal 3.

Emirates Airline is the sole operator in Terminal 3

NAME              IATA     ICAO               TERMINAL
EMIRATES      EK       UAE                 3

Interesting Facts
The mega-project required the excavation of over 10 million cubic metres of earth, enough to fill 4,000 Olympic-size swimming pools.
Some 2.4 million cubic metres of concrete, enough to fill 950 Olympic-size swimmingpools, was used in the construction of the project.
As much as 450,000 tonnes of steel was used for reinforcement and another 33,000 tonnes of steel was required for the structure; that’s approximately the weight of 850 Airbus A380s.


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