Dubai Customs announced a plan to receive passengers arriving at Dubai Airport, especially pilgrims, which included an increase in the number of inspectors on duty around the clock during the period of pilgrims returning to the country after performing Hajj.
Ibrahim Al-Kamali, director of the department’s passenger operations department, said the total number of inspectors in the department is 822, including those working on luggage screening devices, which counts up to 77 (58 units for checking large suitcases, and 19 units for checking handbags), in addition to some devices. Support during inspections.
He pointed out that there is an integrated work team during the month of Dhu al-Hijjah and with the advent of the blessed Eid al-Adha and the following processes of receiving pilgrims and providing the necessary facilities for travelers.
Al Kamali added that Dubai Airport is one of the largest airports in the world that receives visitors from all over the world, despite this, the traveler does not notice any congestion, pointing out that the expected time to complete the arrival process for passengers to the airport only takes 10 minutes.
He stressed that Dubai Customs always seeks to facilitate logistics services through the use of the latest devices and applications to facilitate the procedures provided to travelers, pointing out that the department possesses the latest customs innovation devices and the best inspection systems in the world (from 5-10 seconds), in addition to the smart control project and new security tracking and monitoring systems.
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