Dubai International welcomed nearly seven million passengers in February, according to the monthly traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports.
A stay at the Dubai International Hotel was the ideal way to start a holiday, especially when the Emirates flight to Birmingham departed at 07:25, reports Phil Blizzard for Breaking Travel News.
Dubai Airports today welcomed the inaugural flight of SaudiGulf Airlines at Dubai International’s Terminal 1. The first plane was greeted with a traditional water salute followed by a cake cutting ceremony.
DXB welcomed a total of 7,960,146 passengers in January, a small reduction of one per cent compared to 8,037,008 recorded in January 2017 when passenger volumes were boosted due to Chinese New Year.
Dubai Airports today confirmed plans to close Dubai International’s southern runway for a 45-day period in 2019 to conduct a comprehensive upgrade designed to boost safety, service and capacity levels.
A change in UAE regulations offering Russian visitors visas on arrival propelled traffic upward at Dubai World Central to more than 900,000 passengers in 2017.
Dubai Airports has marked the completion of the installation of new and enhanced smart gates at Dubai International Terminal 1. Dubai Airports also recently joined Dubai’s aviation community in signing a pledge to purchase only ‘green vehicles’ going forward.
Dubai International retained its position as the world’s number one airport for international passengers for the fourth consecutive year with annual traffic for 2017 reaching 88.2 million passengers, according to the annual traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today.
In a world-first, Dubai Airports and ITP Media Group have joined forces to launch Time Out DXB, a new media brand with the opportunity to engage with the 90 million passengers that pass through the world’s leading international airport every year.
Dubai Airports, operator of Dubai International and Dubai World Central, has announced the appointment of Majed Al Joker as executive vice president, corporate affairs, in a move that reaffirms Dubai Airports’ ongoing commitment to develop and promote emergent Emirati leaders.
Dubai International welcomed 6.9 million passengers in October, according to the monthly traffic report issued today by operator Dubai Airports.
Cargo traffic at Dubai World Central grew 9.1 per cent during the first nine months of the year, according to the traffic report issued today by operator Dubai Airports. DWC handled a total of 704,735 tonnes of freight year to date September, an increase of 9.1 per cent compared to 645,698 tonnes during the corresponding period in 2016.