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Dubai International Airport, the hub for Emirates airline, expects passenger growth to slow over the next eight years due to capacity limitations, the operator's...
What does a first class flight ticket get you these days? À la carte menus, seats that transform into beds, dinky designer toiletries… and a...
Heathrow is losing its top slot as the world’s busiest international passenger hub to Dubai, which the airport says reinforces its case for a third runway to protect UK competitiveness.
Dubai airport officials arrested a gang of Georgian nationals while they attempted to smuggle huge quantity of gold jewellery and valuable watches outside the country.
The channel, in conjunction with production company Arrow Media, has commissioned a 10-part documentary series about the day-to-day working of the airport, to be broadcast to over 440 million households in 171 countries, the airport body said in a statement on Thursday, adding that the filming kicked off on September 24.
The new contract extends the advertising company's partnership with Dubai Airports to 2020. JCDecaux Dicon has been awarded the exclusive advertising contract for Concourse 3 at Dubai International airport. The new contract extends the advertising company’s partnership with Dubai Airports to 2020.
Emirates airline, the world’s largest carrier by international traffic, on Thursday announced Dh1.5 billion annual net profit and said the years ahead will again be more profitable than last. The fastest growing airline achieved its 24th consecutive year of profit for 2011-12 in challenging economic environment where airlines across the world facing slowdown and losses.
Boeing forecasts that airlines in the Middle East will need an estimated 2,520 airplanes worth $450bn by 2030. The forecast comes as the region's carriers continue to surpass global air traffic and capacity growth rates. Boeing estimates that the Middle East's fleet of passenger airplanes will grow from a current fleet of 1,040 airplanes to a projected 2,710 airplanes, an increase of 160%.
Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, placed the single largest aircraft order in dollar value in Boeing's history for an additional 50 777-300 ER aircraft, worth approximately $18bn (Dhs66bn) in list price. The order also included 20 777-300 ER options valued at $8bn (Dhs29.4bn), for a total of 70 aircraft valued at $26bn (Dhs95.4bn), at the Dubai Air Show.