Sheikh Hamdan was seen inspecting various arrival points at the airport, including immigration booths and Covid-19.
The Crown Prince of Dubai visited the emirate's international airport on the first day to reopen it for tourists.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, on social media, posted on Tuesday a video that can be seen inspecting all safety precautions in place at the airport.
Seeing him wearing a mask and keeping a safe distance from others, Sheikh Hamdan inspects various airport access points, including immigration test booths and Covid 19.
"For years, Dubai International has topped the list of airports around the world," he said on Twitter. "Our teams will accept only the highest ranking and we will maintain our top position with exceptional efforts." "We are optimistic about our ability to maintain the exceptional location that Dubai enjoys when it comes to tourism."
The first group of vacationers landed at Dubai International Airport as soon as it hit 12 o'clock on Tuesday, July 7.
Videos posted by the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in the Emirate on Instagram show the socially ramified travel procedures at the airport. The videos show tourists in masks and gloves adhering to all precautions as they justify immigration and other travel procedures.
The emirate has opened its doors to tourists after "significant progress made in curbing the spread of Covid 19". A week before the reopening date, she received the Safe Travel Stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), which validates the stringent global hygiene and safety protocols that the city has set to ensure the health and safety of tourists and passengers.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed said that the "multifaceted measures" taken by Dubai to ensure the well-being of tourists "reflect its position as one of the most sought after destinations in the world."
He said: "The city's superior healthcare infrastructure and strict preventive and safety protocols followed by city-wide travel, hospitality and tourism institutions and facilities assure tourists that the emirate is one of the safest destinations in the world."