UAE airlines aiming high

The UAE’s four fast growing airlines are expected to announce new aircraft orders worth a total of between $75 and $90 billion at the Dubai Airshow opening next month.

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...

AED 1.8 billion Emirates Park Towers tops out

Emirates Airline and Group has announced the ‘topping out’ of its AED 1.8 billion Emirates Park Towers development, a 1612-room twin-tower hotel and apartment property. According to a statement, Emirates will be ready to hand over the South Tower to Marriott International, which will operate a hotel in the tower, as scheduled in May 2011.

International airport in Dubai open to passengers

Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai is now open to passenger traffic and could increase options for those taking flights to Dubai. Potentially the world's largest airport was initially opened to cargo traffic last year but is now accepting helicopter and passenger aircraft with less than 60 passengers, according to operator Dubai Airports.

Metro to Al Maktoum Airport?

Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Road and Transport Authority and a member of the Higher Committee for Hosting the 2020 World Expo revealed the news last week in Paris, where bidding states presented their 2020 outlook.

Damac battling Emaar for $270m DWC villa contract

Dubai real estate developer Damac Properties is competing with rival Emaar Properties to secure the contract to develop a villa and golf course project, estimated to be worth around AED1bn ($270m), within the compounds of the emirate’s new airport, a senior aviation official exclusively told Arabian Business.

Look for Farnborough to host major widebody aircraft sales to Emirates and Qatar Airways...

DWC is being built about 25 miles from the existing Dubai International Airport (DXB), and is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island. DWC is intended to transform the United Arab Emirates and the surrounding region into one of the most powerful global centers for commerce and tourism.

Dubai World Central handles 90,000 tonnes of cargo in 2011

The Dubai World Central airport handled 89,729 tonnes of air freight during its first full calendar year of operations last year, Dubai Airports said in a statement on Monday. The airport body owns and manages operations and development of the two Dubai airports - Dubai International and DWC.

Mohammed visits Emirates Airline Festival of Literature

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, visited the third edition of the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature on Thursday where he met with writers and literary figures taking part in the event.
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