1. Absolutely Fantastic!!!

    It was really an amazing experience, and moreover we are “PROUD TO BE DUBAI’S MASSIVE T3 TRIAL PASSENGERS” 🙂

    ~ I must say that overall, it was great fun 🙂

  2. Very interestingly narrated. My brother was also one of the trial passengers & he was called ‘Helen’. He had to remove his belt because the scanners kept beeping & they wouldn’t let him pass.

    At least you got a decent white shirt. He brought a bright lipstick-red one. He enjoyed his ‘trip’. The only complain was: “If they went to all that trouble to make it as authentic as possible, why couldn’t they also make us ‘try’ the A380 & take us on a short trip to Kish Island!”

    ~ LOL at Helen! Oh yes, the security was really tight. I suppose they are under tremendous pressure. The lady officer took me inside a room, and had me remove my headscarf to make sure I wasn’t hiding anything there.

    My exact sentiments! I was telling Hubby that they should’ve at least fly us off to Kish, to which he said, “Trips to Kish are banned already.” And yes, the white t-shirt is decent indeed. Perhaps your brother got the red bag, because our blue bag contained a blue t-shirt 🙂

  3. This post made for a nice read!!! Good one! Sounds very impressive!

    ~ Thank you! Welcome to my blog. I’m glad you stopped by 🙂

  4. Wow grt to hear , u & masood bro visited 🙂

    this post makes us eager to see the new terminal hehe!!

    ~ Perhaps you can have a stop over at the T3 next time you fly back home via Emirates Airlines.

  5. Nice experience! Dubai seems to be full of these free stuff … is it true everyone is very rich there and government subsidizes everything?!

    When we next go to Bangladesh maybe we will take a layover in Dubai.

    ~ Free stuff serves to lure the public into volunteering or buying something much expensive, hehe. Everyone is certainly not rich, not even half of the population. There are those who are filthy rich, but most of the residents are middle class people struggling with the increasing prices and rents. And no, the government doesn’t subsidize everything. I wish it would, considering this is a wealthy nation.

    Make sure you visit between November and April, when the weather is pleasant 🙂

  6. I can see the effect of trail passager on Masood..Fly Emirates:)

    ~ Oh yes, he got his ‘trial passenger’ fever all day yesterday! 🙂

  7. Wow, that is so cool! An interesting experience indeed. Never had the pleasure of something like this, but would love to try!

    ~ I’ll let you know when Dubai looks for volunteers for a possible Terminal 4 🙂

  8. What a neat experience. You got some great souvenirs. Seems worth waiting in line. Sorry you had to put up with the obnoxious guy behind you!

    ~ The A380 aircraft model is definitely worth waiting in line. And we got two of them!

  9. The trial at the new airport was a wonderful experience. I had a chance to walk through the airport and saw the latest technology used for the comfort of passengers. The elevators and escalators were found to be an attraction to the new airport.

    ~ Thanks for stopping by and sharing your T3 experience, Anil.

  10. InshaAllah will try one day 🙂

    happy independence day, looking forward to ur inspiring and positive post on Pakistan 🙂

    ~ Happy Independence Day to you too! I have my post ready for tomorrow 🙂

  11. I was one of the passengers in the trial run. I got a yellow bag but i did not get the keychain 🙁 anyways it was a wonderful experience.

  12. cOuld u please tell me how did you apply online for T3 trial passenger

    ~ There was a link to an online application form in Khaleej Times. We registered ourselves there by providing our contact numbers and email address. That’s all 🙂

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