Both trade shows, which hosted over 3,500 visitors last year, will take place side by side at the Dubai Airport Expo from September 26-28, 2011. Organisers are expecting an increase of visitors by 25 per cent compared to last year’s events.
Residents of Dubai or Abu Dhabi - congratulations. According to a lecture given at a futurology conference in London last week, the cities have already been earmarked as the winners of the decades to come because of one all-important feature, and it's not oil.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaugurated the first phase of Al Maktoum International Airport in Jebel Ali.
Presenter Katie Jensen speaks with Dubai Airport's Lorne Riley about the opening of the biggest airport in the world - the Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai.
Emirates A380. The first showers in the sky.
World queue management specialist Tensator FZE will again be exhibiting at the Airport Show 2011 in Dubai, showcasing its extensive range of digital media platforms, electronic queuing call forward systems, display signage products and passenger guidance system.
Filipino business and leisure travelers now again have unparalleled access to the United States of America with Emirates A380’s return to New York last October, providing high-end tourists from Manila and hardworking Filipino professionals a whole new dimension in luxury air travel, comfort, and expediency.
The smart e-gate system which went operational at Dubai International airport’s Terminal 3 from January 1 this year is being expanded with 14 new e-gates becoming operational in a month’s time, taking the number of smart e-gates to 28, according to emaratech, the company which has engineered and powered the project.
Abu Dhabi International registered more than 24 million passengers passing through its terminals during 2016, according to new statistics released on Wednesday. A total of...
The African Restaurant gets all its food from Uganda, thanks to the five daily flights connecting Dubai to Kampala. The restaurant has a large refrigerator where it stores a few supplies, but fresh shipments are collected every day from Dubai International Airport.
Johannesburg welcomed its first scheduled Emirates A380 service yesterday, as flight EK761 from Dubai arrived at O R Tambo International Airport. Johannesburg, the economic powerhouse of South Africa, is the first destination for the double-decker in Africa and the sixteenth destination on the Emirates A380 network.
More than 220,000 passengers have flown the two-class A380 on over 450 flights since it first entered service in December 2015.