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Dubai Airports Announce New Service Fee of DH 35 per Passenger

30/3/2016

Every passenger leaving the UAE from any of Dubai’s airports, including transit passengers, will be charged Dh35 as a service fee for using airport facilities.

Executive Council Resolution No (8) of 2016 pertaining to the collection of fees from passengers using airport facilities in Dubai has been approved.

As per the resolution, every passenger leaving the UAE from any of Dubai’s airports, including transit passengers, will be charged Dh35 as a service fee for using airport facilities.

The resolution exempts passengers below two years and cabin crew from paying the fee, in addition to transit passengers whose arrival and departure flight number is the same.

Airlines operating in Dubai airports are tasked with collecting the fee while issuing tickets, whether in the UAE or outside the country, effective March 1, 2016, for flights departing Dubai’s airports after June 30, 2016.

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