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Airlines add ‘fire containment bags’ for overheating phones post Galaxy Note...

Some airlines are taking extra steps to prevent a disaster in case a passenger's device powered by a lithium ion battery catches fire during...

Busy Eid weekend ahead at Dubai airport

Dubai: The Eid Al Adha break will see 250,000 people from Dubai fly out this weekend, Emirates airline said on Wednesday. Starting from Thursday, the...

UAE weather: Hot days and mild nights

DUBAI // Hot conditions will persist into the weekend with temperatures hitting highs of 41°C along coastal areas today. By evening conditions will be milder...

Emirates 777 probe yet to clarify go-around considerations

One critical aspect of the Emirates Boeing 777-300 landing accident in Dubai which has yet to become clear is the decision process which led...

Over 1 million passengers expected at DXB over holiday weekend

Dubai, UAE – September 8, 2016 – Eid holiday traffic will top 1 million passengers at Dubai International over the next four days as...

Passenger traffic at DWC surges 95.4% in the first half

Dubai, UAE – August 22, 2016 – Passenger traffic at Dubai’s second airport, Dubai World Central (DWC) continued the upward trend in the first...

DXB passenger traffic reaches record 40.5 million in H1

Dubai, UAE – August 7, 2016 – Dubai International’s (DXB) passenger traffic reached a record 40.5 million passengers in the first half of 2016...

Katy Perry Wows at Dubai Airshow Gala Dinner 2015

Dubai Airports, in cooperation with Dubai Duty Free and Emirates airline, featured artist Katy Perry at the invitation-only Dubai Airshow Gala Dinner held at...

Dubai airport posts 8.9% rise in first half passenger traffic

In June alone, Dubai International Airport handled a total of 4.07 million passengers, up 10.4 per cent from the 3.68 million in June 2010. The year to date daily average passenger throughput at the airport, meanwhile, reached 135,700 compared to 124,600 recorded during the first six months of 2010.