Once it’s finished, transit passengers can expect a brand new baggage system, more space in the departures hall, better signage, and a general facelift of the whole connections area.
If you’re staying in Dubai, you’ll emerge from the new baggage claim to reach an upgraded arrivals immigration hall, which the airport authority promises will “improve passenger flow and reduce processing times for arriving passengers”.
And when it comes time to fly out, there will be a completely revamped set of check-in desks, “more efficient and streamlined baggage screening in the departures hall”, and “modernisation of all public areas”.
In the meantime, be sure to allow yourself extra time when transiting the terminal while it’s under construction.
For more information or to request a quote on holidays or airfares to Dubai please contact the team at Twickenham’s World of Transport Travel.