Dubai announces the cancellation and delay of flights at Dubai airports due to the storm

As a result of the storm, Dubai has announced that flights at Dubai airports will be delayed and, in some cases, cancelled.

An official from Dubai International Airport (DXB) stated that a number of planes that were scheduled to arrive or depart from the airport on Saturday have been rerouted to another airport in the vicinity.

As a result of the bad weather, several flights to Dubai were either canceled or delayed.

Dubai Airports has confirmed that the poor weather conditions that have been present since the early hours of Saturday, March 9, have disrupted the regular operations at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

"As a direct result of this, thirteen incoming flights have been redirected to airports in the surrounding area," DXB stated in a statement.

The airport official continued, "We are actively collaborating with our service partners and airlines to minimize any inconvenience that our valued guests may experience."

Emirates Airlines issued a statement regarding flight delays due to rain in Dubai.

As a result of the rain in Dubai, Emirates Airlines has published a statement addressing the delays in its flights.

Additional confirmation was provided by a representative for Emirates, who stated that "some Emirates flights arriving at and departing from DXB have been delayed while others have been diverted."

Due to the fact that the weather is always changing, the airline did not provide any particular numbers.

We will continue to keep an eye on the situation and will make every effort to ensure that our passengers get to their destinations as quickly as possible. Because of any inconvenience this may have caused, Emirates apologizes. According to Emirates, "the safety of our passengers and crew is of the utmost importance and will not be compromised in any way."

It has been reported on the DXB Flight Status website that the departure time of EK flight 903 to Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan has been shifted from 2.05 p.m. to 4 p.m. Another flight that was delayed was the EK031 trip to London Heathrow Airport.

It was decided to move the flight to O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg from 2.40 p.m. to 3.15 p.m. during the day. The flight to Kuwait operated by EK 857 has been delayed for about two hours, and the trip to Kuwait operated by EK 859S has been canceled.

The flights that are scheduled to depart from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Jinnah International, and Indira Gandhi International are currently awaiting further changes.

Flights that set off early in the morning were not disrupted and continued on as planned.

Flydubai issued a statement regarding flight delays due to rain in Dubai.

As a result of the rain in Dubai, Flydubai has published a statement addressing the delays in its flights.

As a result of the rain in Dubai, Flydubai has published a statement addressing the delays in its flights. "The adverse weather conditions that have been occurring in Dubai this morning have resulted in a few cancellations and delays to some of our flights," a spokeswoman for FlyDubai stated.

It was also necessary to reroute a number of flights that were coming in. Monitoring the weather conditions in Dubai is something that we are continuing to do. The safety of our passengers and crew is our top priority, and we are doing everything in our power to provide as little disturbance as possible to the travel itineraries of our passengers. Additionally, we are coordinating with all of the parties that are present at the airport. An additional statement was made by the airline based in Dubai, which stated, "We apologize for any inconvenience that the adverse weather conditions may have caused our passengers."

Etihad issued a statement regarding flight delays due to rain in Dubai.

As a result of the rain in Dubai, Etihad has published a statement addressing the delays in its flights.

Flights operated by Etihad Airways that take off from Abu Dhabi Zayed International Airport are currently functioning as though nothing has changed.

Earlier, the Abu Dhabi carrier encouraged passengers who were departing from the United Arab Emirates to arrive at the airport early in order to prevent delays that were anticipated to occur as a result of the expected severe weather conditions this weekend.

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