Concourse D, which serves some 60 airlines that operate into Dubai International's Terminal 1, has an exciting line-up of familiar and new retail and food & beverage brands, ranging from convenience retail and quality fast food to luxury retail brands and fine dining - all cohesively designed to elevate traveller experience to new levels.
An array of world-renowned brands have been introduced for the first time – including casual dining concept The Kitchen, which offers passengers creations from the renowned celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. The first Pret a Manger in a Middle Eastern airport also opened at Concourse D, while other firsts for DXB include Butlers Chocolate Café and Camden Food Company, which will bring healthy, tasty travel food using organic and natural products.
The CNN Travellers Café is a favourite for news junkies who want to stay connected to world affairs over coffee, while YO! Sushi is a popular addition for those who enjoy a little theatre with their food. Other new outlets include Lebanese favourite Sharwarmanji and Taqado Mexican Kitchen, both popular local examples of street food, in addition to a second, larger scale Masale by Taste of India outlet.
Concourse D also offers established traveller favourites such as Giraffe – which opened its second outlet at DXB – Starbucks, KFC, Krispy Kreme, McDonald’s, Brioche Dorée, The Noodle House, Cavier House & Prunier, Draft House sports bar and Costa Coffee.
The new concourse will offer plenty of comfortable seating spaces and wellbeing concepts such as Be Relax and the ever-popular ‘SnoozeCubes’, which provide a convenient way to rest between flights. It will also feature a total of nine lounges spread over 6,926m2, including five airline lounges, a new Al Majlis lounge, two Dubai International Hotel lounges and a Marhaba VIP lounge.
Dubai Duty Free at Concourse D provides 8400m2 of open, walk-through retail environment offering the widest range of retail brands.