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Dubai Hotels See Upsurge in Visitor Numbers

Some 8.6 million hotel guests stayed in Dubai in 2010, an increase of ten per cent compared to the previous 12 months, official figures from the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) have revealed. The organisation also said that revenue collected through tourism in Dubai has climbed to Dh 13.2 billion last year compared to Dh 12.4 billion in 2009.

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DWC passenger terminal completion delayed to 2018

The completion date for new passenger terminal at Dubai’s Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) has been pushed back to 2018. Dubai Airports, the owner and...

Dubai Airports discusses 2017-2025 plan with its strategic partners

Strategic partners are on top of Dubai Airports priorities regarding its strategic plan 2017-2025 to achieve their aspirations of making Dubai International Airport an...
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From Emirates SkyCargo With Love | Emirates SkyCargo

Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates airline, has unveiled a unique decal featuring a rose on one of its Boeing 777-F freighter aircraft...

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Al Maktoum International Airport Takes Shape

Al Maktoum International Airport, located in Jebel Ali, Dubai, is the largest greenfield airport project currently under construction in the world. By 2013, it is expected to handle more freight—up to 12 million tonnes per year—than any other cargo airport in the world.

Dubai airport plan takes to the sky

By 2025, the plan is to bring Phase II of Al Maktoum online on an accelerated schedule with two additional runways and another passenger terminal with a capacity of 80m passengers a year to accommodate the entire operations of Emirates airline, the government-owned carrier that continues to expand rapidly.

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Al Maktoum International airport receives first flight

Emirates Flight EK9883, a Boeing 777 freighter operating Hong Kong-Dubai and piloted by Captain Ahmad Bin Huzaim and First Officer Nabil Yousuf Ahmad Mohammad Rai Al Boom, touched down on Sunday afternoon as officials looked on.