Dubai airport to overtake Heathrow

Passenger volumes at Dubai International Airport are set to exceed 75 million by 2015, a top official of Dubai Airport said on Tuesday. Around 3.97 million passengers passed through the world’s fourth busiest airport for international passenger traffic in May, compared with 3.65 million passengers during the same 
month in 2010.




Dubai Airports to save 20% on annual energy bill with Siemens solution

Dubai Airports will use Siemens’ data analytics and smart building technology to guarantee annual energy savings of almost 20 percent per year at Dubai...

Dubai Airports rolls out the region’s first cloud-based Flight Information Display Solution at DXB...

Dubai Airports, in partnership with Samsung Electronics and AirportLabs has achieved another first in the region by rolling out an advanced cloud-based Flight Information...

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...




Journey begins at Al Maktoum International Airport

The stage is set for Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central (DWC), which is going to start its quest to become the world’s busiest airport with the launch of commercial passenger operations today.

Dubai Airshow: Boeing’s latest military surveillance aircraft may be in UAE by 2015

The UAE could be among the countries in the region to receive military aircraft for maritime surveillance in 2015.
Al Maktoum International Airport

Dubai to Have the Busiest Airport by 2015

Recent figures from Dubai Airports have revealed that passenger numbers to Dubai International have continued to increase, with the airport being expected to handle 98.5 million customers by 2020, say Beat the Brochure.


Dubai hotels post biggest jump in occupancy in region

Hotel occupancy in Dubai witnessed a 10.5 percentage points increase in July 2011 year-on-year, the biggest such increase within the region, global consultancy Ernst & Young said in its Middle East Hotel Benchmark Survey. Occupancy in Dubai hotels rose to 80.8 per cent in July 2011, up from 70.3 per cent in July 2010.