Dubai International has been named overall winner of the Routes Middle East & Africa Marketing Awards 2015 at an event in Manama, Bahrain.
The world’s number one hub for international passenger traffic was also named as
Le Clos, the fine wine and luxury spirits retailer at Dubai International, has announced it is the first in the world to offer the rare Ledaig 42 Year Old to global consumers, underlining its leading status in the drinks and travel retail market
Dubai International, the world’s number one airport for international passenger traffic, has been named Airport of the Year at the Air Transport News Awards 2015, held in Geneva, Switzerland, recently.
Reports that both Dubai International and Al Maktoum Airport will continue to operate side by side, with the latter likely to emerge as a new hub for Emirates, have led to strong demand for areas in and around the airport, said an expert.
Dubai International has been named the Middle East’s Leading Airport at the 21st World Travel Awards which were held in Dubai recently.
This is the second best airport award that Dubai International has won this week.
An extensive runway enhancement project at the Dubai International Airport, which will see the two runways close consecutively during an 80-day period, was scheduled to kick off today (May 1).
The number of flights at the Dubai In
Dubai International, the world’s second busiest international hub, registered another record year with annual passenger traffic crossing 66.4 million in 2013, following a record-breaking December when passenger numbers topped the 6 million
Dubai International, the world’s second busiest international hub, is set to surpass the traffic forecast for the year, as the airport recorded another month of high growth this November.
With traffic in November reach
Dubai International, the world’s second busiest hub for international passengers, recorded its tenth consecutive month with more than 5 million travellers in October, according to the monthly traffic report for October issued today by airp
The private equity arm of Dubai Holding, which is owned by the emirate's ruler, is considering the sale of German packaging group Mauser, three sources aware of the matter said.
The deal is seen fetching between 1 billion euro