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Emirates continues to buck the trend

Emirates, Dubai's prized possession, today completes 25 years in service, a time of intense geo-political and economic challenges that has plunged the global aviation industry into turmoil. But, the airline has constantly bucked the trend and has expanded its operations while delivering profits year after year. As it enters a new era, Emirates is set to become a dominant force in the global aviation industry...

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.

Three new A380 destinations, three continents, one day

Emirates today celebrates the launch of three A380 destinations, bringing its flagship three-class double-decker aircraft from Dubai to Tokyo- Narita, Casablanca and Sao Paulo...

Emirates, Rolls-Royce said to resolve A380 engine issue

Emirates has reportedly agreed to accept delivery of Rolls-Royce engines for its A380s jets after performance and maintenance issues were addressed. The Gulf airline has...

Dubai Airports’ commercial revenues rise 16%

Dubai Airports’ commercial revenues rose 16 per cent on year in the first half of 2012, boosted by a surge in passenger traffic, according to the company’s top executive. “We are ahead of the budget in terms of revenues, which are exceeding expectations,” Paul Griffiths, the chief executive at Dubai Airports, told reporters late Sunday, but declined to give further details.

Dubai leasing firm cancels Boeing 747 order

Boeing Co. (BA) said Thursday that Dubai Aerospace Enterprise had cancelled an order for five 747 freighter jets, the latest move by the Middle Eastern leasing firm to scale back an ambitious expansion plan unveiled six years ago.

Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai to become the world’s biggest airport

Al Maktoum International Airport is claimed to be the world's largest passenger and cargo hub. The airport will have the capacity to handle 120-150 million passengers, which is more than that of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - currently the world’s busiest passenger airport.

Midfield Terminal Building progress throughout a year

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Dubai Airports raises Dh1.25m for Orbis flying eye hospital

Dubai Airports and its partners have raised AED 1.25 million (approximately US$ 340,600) for Orbis, the international eye care charity organisation best known for...


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