A steady surge of growth throughout the second quarter has propelled Dubai International’s (DXB) half yearly traffic to 27.9 million passengers, just 1.2 million shy of the airport’s total annual traffic last year. DXB achieved
Dubai Airports has issued a passenger advisory alerting travellers about Dubai International (DXB) getting exceptionally busy over the next two weeks as a result of schools breaking for summer and the Eid Al Adha holidays.
The Northern Runway upgrade at Dubai International (DXB) has surpassed its midway point on schedule, paving the way for the reopening of the runway this week.
The Northern Runway rehabilitation programme at Dubai International (DXB) has surpassed its midway point on schedule paving the way for the reopening of the runway on June 22, operator Dubai Airports has announced.
Dubai Airports is marking the World Environment Day by kicking off a new waste management initiative that will play an integral role delivering on its commitment to keep 60% of all waste from Dubai International (DXB) from entering landfills by the middle of 2023.
During the closure of the Northern Runway at Dubai International (DXB), a number of flights are being redirected to Dubai World Central (DWC) to ensure minimal operational disruption. During this time, Dubai Airports has announced multiple transport services between the two airports to cater to all travellers.
Dubai International has recorded the busiest quarter since 2020 with 13.6m passengers in the first quarter of 2022, indicating that traffic recovery is gaining momentum at the world’s busiest international hub.
Paul Griffiths, CEO, Dubai Airports talks to Phil Blizzard about the way air traffic is steadily increasing and what they are doing in terms of sustainability and the reduction of carbon emissions.
Dubai Airports confirms plans to close Dubai International’s (DXB) northern runway between 9 May and 22 June 2022 to carry out complete refurbishment that will ensure continued safety and efficient operations.
Dubai Airports and Expo 2020 Dubai have teamed up to give the more than 120,000 passengers who connect through Dubai International every day a sneak preview of the event. The initiative aims to provide compelling reasons for them to return to Dubai to attend the expo next year.
Phil Blizzard talks to the leadership team from the Dubai Airshow ahead of the 2019 event. Take a look for predictions from Michele van Akelijen, managing director of show organisers Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East, and Paul Griffiths, chief executive of Dubai Airports.