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Dubai must soon reach a verdict on how it plans to accommodate its two rapidly expanding government-backed airlines, the president of Emirates has told 7DAYS.
Expansion to continue at existing facility to cater for flag carrier's growth ahead of move to city's new international airport. Dubai International airport will remain home for Emirates for a further 15 years, as infrastructure developments will extend its capacity by 20% to 90 million passengers.
The Corridor, linking Jebel Ali port and free zone to the Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International Airport, is an enormous collaborative effort to boost Dubai’s redistribution capabilities and its status as the Middle East’s largest and the most efficient trading hub.
Despite their current sizable orderbooks, the growth of leading Middle East airlines is likely to slow down gradually, according to a senior Boeing executive.
Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, Dubai Airport Free Zone Director General, today met the Belgian Ambassador to the UAE, Anick Van Claster and discussed ways of enhancing trade and economic cooperation between the UAE and Belgium.
Forbes Middle East has provided an in-depth study of regional free-zones, highlighting the important role they play in promoting investments, and to what extent they are affected by the current geopolitical events. The study aims to guide investors in determining the best Arab Free Zone for their business.
Emirates recruits cabin crew from all over the world, and is working hard to meet its expanding needs. The number of cabin crew at Emirates has passed 12,000 and the airline is recruiting 4,000 more during the current financial year.
This is the fourth annual edition of our Middle East Careers Guide and, in those three years, the region has gone through many changes. In early 2008, when we were putting together the first guide, the early ripples of the global credit crunch had yet to reach Dubai, which was amid a frenzy of construction, with demand for skilled expatriate staff fuelling an inflationary surge in salaries and living costs.
Passenger traffic rose at Dubai International Airport while cargo volumes declined slightly last month, Dubai Airports said yesterday. The company said its gains came even as political unrest caused passenger traffic in the Middle East and North Africa to drop by 47,000 compared with the same period last year.
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