TNT has been recognised in the Middle East as the leading express operator, having just been awarded the Express Logistics Provider of the Year Award, receiving this prestigious recognition for the second time in three years.
Once completed, the UAE's seven airports will collectively serve more than 300 million passengers per annum. Of this, Dubai will have a combined capacity of 240 million, including 160 million at Al Maktoum International. The combined size of the entire fleet of the UAE's three airlines, is currently 225, and is expected to be more than 550 in eight years.
Air traffic in the UAE increased by 9.11 percent year-on-year last month, according to new figures released on Tuesday by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). The newly opened Al Maktoum International Airport registered just 25 shipping movements last month. Dubai had the highest level air traffic in the UAE, with 25,192, or nearly 44 percent of all air traffic movements last month.