Dubai [DXB]

Qantas - - Onq -

Duty free: Due to Aus­tralian gov­ern­ment reg­u­la­tions, if you are trav­el­ling on a ser­vice to Aus­tralia and have pur­chased duty-free liq­uids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) in ex­cess of 100ml in Dubai, your duty-free items will be safely pack­aged upon pur­chase, taken from you at the de­par­ture gate and stowed as checked bag­gage. If you have pur­chased duty-free LAGs at the start of your jour­ney and are tran­sit­ing through Dubai, these items will also be taken from you at the de­par­ture gate, safely pack­aged and stowed as checked bag­gage. If you are al­ready in pos­ses­sion of one re­seal­able bag with a max­i­mum di­men­sion of 80cm con­tain­ing LAGs less than 100ml and you pur­chase any ad­di­tional duty-free LAGs, these prod­ucts will also be pack­aged at your board­ing gate and stowed as checked bag­gage.

If you have pur­chased duty-free LAGs, you will need to be at your de­par­ture gate at least 20 min­utes prior to your flight to al­low enough time for your pur­chases to be loaded onto the air­craft. You can col­lect your stowed du­tyfree pur­chases upon ar­rival in Aus­tralia at the Over­sized Bag­gage counter in the Ar­rivals hall.

Trans­fers: While Qan­tas op­er­ates from Con­course A, if you’re trans­fer­ring onto an Emi­rates flight, it could de­part from and ar­rive at any of the three con­courses (A, B or C) in Ter­mi­nal 3. To trans­fer, fol­low the Con­nec­tions sig­nage lo­cated through­out the con­course. If you’re hold­ing a board­ing pass for your on­ward flight, then fol­low the Pas­sen­gers with Board­ing Pass signs and pro­ceed through Se­cu­rity and on to your de­par­ture gate. First cus­tomers and Plat­inum Fre­quent Fly­ers can pro­ceed to the Emi­rates First Lounge. Busi­ness cus­tomers, Gold Fre­quent Fly­ers and Qan­tas Club mem­bers can pro­ceed to the Emi­rates Busi­ness Lounge.

If you’re not hold­ing a board­ing pass for your on­ward flight, fol­low the Pas­sen­gers with­out Board­ing Pass signs and go to the Con­nec­tions Desk, where your board­ing pass will be is­sued. You may then pro­ceed through Se­cu­rity. Trans­fer trains are avail­able be­tween con­courses A and B should you need to com­mute be­tween them to your de­par­ture gate. Con­courses B and C are con­nected by a pedes­trian route. De­tails of your de­par­ture gate and board­ing time will be avail­able on flight in­for­ma­tion screens in the air­port. En­sure you leave time to get to your de­par­ture gate and note that Ter­mi­nal 3 is a silent ter­mi­nal – no an­nounce­ments.

Tran­sits: If you are tran­sit­ing through Dubai, you will need to take all your carry-on bag­gage with you when you dis­em­bark your flight. You can then pro­ceed through Se­cu­rity and di­rectly to your de­par­ture gate. Upon ar­rival at your de­par­ture gate, you will be re­quired to hand over LAGs that ex­ceed 100ml, in­clud­ing any al­co­hol or fra­grances pur­chased duty-free in Aus­tralia or Lon­don. De­tails of your de­par­ture gate and board­ing time will be avail­able on flight in­for­ma­tion screens through­out the air­port. En­sure you leave suf­fi­cient time to get to your de­par­ture gate and note that Ter­mi­nal 3 is a silent ter­mi­nal – no an­nounce­ments.

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