Dubai International Airport saw passenger numbers climb up to 6.68 million In July this year, up 29.6 per cent from a temporary dip in the same month last year when traffic numbers were affected by a runway refurbishment programme.
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman, Jordan, performed significantly better in July this year, welcoming 749,314 passengers compared to 578,026 passengers in the same month last year - a notable 29.6 per cent increase.
Guest arrivals into Abu Dhabi in the first six months of the year totalled more than 1.98 million, a rise of 17 per cent on the corresponding period in 2014.
These guests generated 5,728,765 guest nights in the emirate’s 163
Jordan’s Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) handled over 3 million passengers from the beginning of the year till date, a 9.2 per cent decline compared to the same period in 2014.
However, year-to-date (YTD) cargo traffic fig
National carrier Etihad Airways experienced one of its busiest travel periods during Eid-Al-Fitr with 291,518 guests flying across its global network – up 12 per cent on the 260,641 guests flown during the same period last year.
An increase in the number of road traffic accidents over the past week has coincided with an influx of GCC nationals visiting Bahrain to celebrate Eid, according to official figures.
Just yesterday (July 23) a car was left on its
Abu Dhabi Police recorded a total of 130 accidents in the emirate during the month of Ramadan, a drop from the 165 incidents during the same period last year.
The statistics, issued by the Traffic and Patrols Directorate at the Di
State carrier Turkish Airlines said on Tuesday that its passenger numbers rose 8.5 per cent from the start of the year up to June, reaching 28.5 million people during the six-month period.
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