Dubai Airports calls for advertisers for new Concourse D

Specialist advertising companies will compete for the rights to advertise in the new Concourse D at Dubai International Airport. Concourse D will become the new home of more than 100 international airlines when it opens in 2015. The new facility, which will house all gates and extensive commercial outlets, will be linked Terminal 1 via a new elevated train.




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...




Flydubai to shift to Al Maktoum Airport

Flydubai will shift operations to Al Maktoum International Airport in Jebel Ali, according to Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Department of Civil Aviation and Chairman and Chief Executive Emirates Airline and Group.

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Etihad Airways has won four titles at the annual World Travel Awards ceremony for the Middle East. Emirates has launched an additional weekly flight between Dubai and Tunis. Qatar Airways is to significantly increase flights to Saudi Arabia with the introduction of a fourth destination

Saudi Cargo, DHL to launch Europe-Dubai route

Saudi Airlines Cargo will commence thrice-weekly freight service to Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central in March. The new service is part of Saudi’s global part charter initiative with DHL Global Forwarding and allows it to directly link Europe to the United Arab Emirates.


Dubai has the world's tallest building and biggest airport …

So Dubai has the new Al Maktoum International Airport, already partly open. On completion it will be the world's largest passenger and cargo hub. Up to four aircraft will be able to land simultaneously, 24 hours a day, on parallel runways.