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Dubai airport is on its way to receiving its 1 billionth...

Dubai International Airport is on track to receive its one billionth passenger before the end of the year, underscoring a critical infrastructure challenge at...

Dubai airport sees 7.8% rise in passenger traffic

Passenger throughput at Dubai International Airport — the world's fourth biggest international passenger hub — grew 7.8 per cent during the first 11 months of the year to 46.28 million, according to Dubai Airports. The airport, which has a capacity of 60 million passengers annually, is just under four million passengers short of crossing the 50 million mark.

Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports marked as winners

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.

Emirates A380 returns to New York

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.

'Emojet' for jet fuel signs fuel concession agreement for Dubai World...

Emojet, the joint venture project between Emirates General Petroleum Corporation 'Emarat', and ExxonMobil for Jet Fuel, signed a fuel concession agreement with Dubai Airports to operate as a fuel supplier at the new Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The agreement will enable Emojet to operate as one of the suppliers of fuel and refueling services to airlines at Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International, thus contributing to Dubai's future growth aspirations.

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.