In a statement issued today, Dubai Airport said that they are doing their best to restore the airport to full operational capacity, because some flights are delayed, cancelled or diverted due to heavy rains.
Update: Operations to DXB are still affected due to heavy rain and flooding this morning. Flight delays are likely to continue throughout the day. Some flights have been cancelled or diverted two DWC. Check your flight status on https://t.co/7DoBPjBtrz or your airline's website— Dubai Airports (@DubaiAirports) January 11, 2020
the Travelers were urged to contact their airlines directly, to keep themselves informed about any development with regard to their flights.
Heavy rainfall has caused disruptions to several flights departing from or arriving to @DXB today. Customers are requested to check their flight status on https://t.co/CE4AwEsjj5 for the latest information regarding their flights. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.— Emirates Airline (@emirates) January 11, 2020
in Addition to the cancellations of flights, the harsh weather has led to more schools decided to stay closed until the weather gets better again.
It writes GulfNews.
The official social media channel, 'Knowledge and Human Development', has tweetet to the individual schools in Dubai, the best person to judge if they should stay closed.
We understand that different schools are in different situations all across Dubai. We know that principals are thinking about the safety of their students & staff, and we trust them to make the right decision for their schools. Stay safe everyone ❤️— KHDA (@KHDA) January 11, 2020