Flight from Kinshasa to Dubai will drag you to Dubai International Airport at one of three terminals. This destination is very popular, and expect to see a lot of people running around,especially during 12 am. To start with, main flight carriers of Dubai International Airport are Emirates and Flydubai. The first one is in the status of official country’s airline, while the second is more fitted for low-cost flights. The airport consists of three terminals, and if you will join those in your mind, you will get the airport size of good quarter of city itself. The first terminal serves the most popular international carriers and far destinations. It is quite modern and comfortable, and meet international standards. The second terminal is more about the low cost flight and those for nearby region. If you are flying with Fly Dubai, expect to come here. At the end, the most modern and luxurious terminal is the third one. For good or bad, it is served only my Emirates company. The size of the terminal is big enough for you to spend approximately 15-20 minutes for going from one end to the other. Moreover, this terminal recently expanded, and you may need to take a shuttle in order to come to the other side.
By planning your journey from United Arab Emirates, think of travelling to Congo with a flight from Dubai to Kinshasa. This city is huge, and within the largest on the continent. Population exceeds ten million, and funny fact is that it is the largest French-speaking place in the world, giving laurels only to Paris. Despite many destructions caused by external conflicts, the city is carefully restorative with involvement of huge Chinese investments. There is no comfortable system of transportation within the borders. The most of traffic is dealt through bus taxis. Those are small busses travelling from and to fixed points. When you come to the city, you will need to spend some time to become familiar with this system. There are also taxis which serve visitors and tourists, but you need to be aware of your driver. There were some casualties when airport fake taxis were picking up passengers, and were driving them outside of Kinshasa with the goal of robbing.