Road The airport is connected by the road D 89. One of the longest intra-city roads, D 89 begins at the Deira Corniche
and runs perpendicular to D 85 (Baniyas Road). From Deira, the road progresses south-eastward towards Dubai International
Airport, intersecting with E 311 (Emirates Road) past the airport.
Rail The airport is served by the Dubai Metro, which operates 2 lines through the airport. The Red Line (Dubai
Metro) operates 2 stations, which, when completed in May 2010, will provide services to terminals 1 and 3 between 6 a.m.
and 12 midnight. The stations are located in front of both terminals, and can be accessed directly from the arrivals
area in both terminals. Services run every 2 minutes. The Green Line will operate another station in the Airport Free Zone.
Bus Dubai Busses run by the RTA run a number of routes to around the city but mainly Deira, available at the Airport
Ground Transportation Centre and the Arrivals.
Bus stations are situated opposite both Terminal 1, 2, and 3. Local buses 4, 11, 15, 33 and 44 can be used to connect
with Terminal 1 and 3, while bus 2 connects with Terminal 2. Dubai International Airport Buses provide air-conditioned
transport into the city centre and over 80 hotels in the city. Coach service is available to major cities and towns is
also available to Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, and Sharjah.
Taxi The airport is served by the Government owned Dubai Taxi Agency, which provides 24 hour service at the