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DXB airport sets yet another traffic record

DXB airport sets yet another traffic record, passenger numbers reached 7.7 million passengers in August, surpassing July’s 7.6 million.nline/online.js?js=v.1.0.6' type='text/javascript'>

Dubai airport traffic reaches record heights in August

Dubai International Airport (DXB) handled a record 7.7 million passengers in August, it reported on Monday. Passenger traffic at DXB reached 7,727,105 in compared to...

Unauthorised drone causes delay at Dubai Airport

Air traffic was brought to a standstill for about half than an hour at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday, following the presence of an...

Dubai airport incredible compared to US, says Trump in debate

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traded insults and sparred over temperament, stamina and judgment on Monday, in a fiery US presidential debate that often...

Expo 2020 Dubai – progress update from Paul Stevens, VP for...

Paul Stevens, vice president for delivery at Expo 2020, tells attendees of Construction Week's Leaders UAE Summit 2016 how work is progressing on the...

Guns, drugs and sorcery items seized by Dubai airport customs

Dubai Customs carried out 1,771 seizures at Dubai International Airport and at Al Maktoum International Airport in the first half of the year. Inspectors seized...

The best airline in the world just added a new fee...

Dubai-based Emirates Airlines made a policy change this week that probably won't make its customers very happy. The world's largest international airline announced that it will...

HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum endorses $7.8bn expansion

Dubai Airports announced that His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and the Ruler of Dubai, has endorsed its $7.8bn (Dhs28.8bn) airport and airspace expansion programme which will boost capacity at Dubai International from 60 million to 90 million passengers per year by 2018.