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Dubai Airports ready for the tech challenge

Dubai Airports, which is celebrating 50 years of successful journeying, is fully equipped with advanced technology and ready to take the challenge of rising demand from its stakeholders, specially Emirates airline, a top executive of the company said. Dubai Airports owns and manages the operation and development of both of Dubai’s airports — Dubai International as well as the upcoming Dubai World Central — Al Maktoum International.

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