Dubai International Airport (DXB), which is located about 2.5 miles southeast of Dubai, links the emirate to over 200 world destinations by 100 airlines operating about 5,600 flights every week. Terminal 1 of Dubai International Airport serves as a base for international flights while Terminal 3 exclusively caters for Emirates. Terminal 2 on the other hand, is mainly used by smaller airlines operating to Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Dubai International Airport features internet, foreign exchange, banking, drinking and eating and shopping facilities, besides other utilities like medical centre, prayer rooms, health club and lounges. Those wondering how to reach Dubai from India can avail flight services from metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad and Bangalore. Besides Emirates, Jet Airways, Air India, Thai Airways and Indian Airlines are some of the major airlines serving travellers flying to Dubai from India. Time taken by the flights to reach Dubai varies from city to city and route to route. Travellers visiting Dubai for the first time need not worry about transportation to their respective destinations within the emirate. AC buses ply regularly from the airport providing transport to over 80 hotels in the city and into the city centre. Other available options include radio taxis readily available just outside arrivals and Dubai Metro that operates 2 lines through the airport.