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Al Maktoum International to be 'world's largest hub airport'

Dubai's newest airport, Al Maktoum International, will be the largest hub in the world, according to its chief executive.

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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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Flydubai lands in Chittagong, Bangladesh

lydubai, Dubai's first low cost airline, made its first entry into the Bangladeshi market last night when flight FZ587 touched down at 2020hrs in Chittagong.

"Dubai was Right" says flydubai CEO

On the eve of Arabian Travel Market, Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai, has paid tribute to those who continued to develop the tourism infrastructure in Dubai during the worst of the global economic crisis. Many people doubted Dubai for continuing to spend money on the development of hotels and associated tourism infrastructure at a time when people were cutting back on their travel spend

Pilots forum afire with plane crash theories

Questions are also being raised as to why the pilots chose to return to Dubai? “I still find it strange that they elected to go to Dubai when both Abu Dhabi airport and the Dubai World Central would seem closer as well as Doha International Airport,” wondered another.

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DP World will spend Dh11bn to lift capacity

DP World plans to spend nearly US$3 billion (Dh11.01bn) this year and next on extending terminal capacity as the ports operator seeks to tap new markets and cater to larger ships. The Dubai-based company yesterday posted a 21 per cent rise in profits last year to $555 million, up from $459m a year earlier. DP World made $249m from asset sales in Australia, Europe and the Middle East.