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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - AIRPORTS

Abu Dhabi Airports Company announces a 13.3% increase in passenger traffic

Posted on 30/11/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) yesterday announced a 13.3% increase in passenger traffic for the month of October 2010, over the same month in the previous year, with passenger numbers reaching 904,000. Aircraft movements during the month grew to 9,500 while cargo traffic continued its positive course with an increase of 11%. The report indicates that the top five routes for the month of October are London, Bangkok, Manila, Doha and Frankfurt. The Philippines and the United States ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airport FZ companies looking to boost exports

Posted on 30/11/2010

Companies from Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA) are seeking to increase their sales outside the UAE through services provided by Dubai Export Development Corporation (EDC), an agency of the Government of Dubai's Department of Economic Development (DED), and its partners through a seminar, hosted by DAFZA and jointly conducted with EDC. The seminar, apart from providing valuable knowledge and trade information to companies and enterprises from DAFZA, outlined selected export ...  >>MORE

13.1% rise in Dubai passenger traffic forecast next year

Posted on 25/11/2010

Three million passengers used the e-gate at Dubai airport in the past ten months, said a senior Ministry of Interior official. Major General Mohammad Ahmad Al Merri, Director-General of the Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai said yesterday the total number of passengers to and from the UAE through Dubai Airports e-gates during the first ten months of this year amounted to three million passengers — an increase of 217,381 passengers over the past year. During an ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi, Dubai Airports the most developed in the world, says a German Official

Posted on 24/10/2010

Dr. Michael Kerkloh, CEO of Munich International Airport, said the cooperation projects with the Abu Dhabi Airports Company "ADAC" have yielded positive results, notably, the cooperation in expansion of the Abu Dhabi International Airport. He added in an exclusive interview with Emirates News Agency "WAM" that the Abu Dhabi International Airport has achieved a giant leap in the growth of travel and air cargo from Abu Dhabi to the world after the construction of the third terminal building ...  >>MORE

Dubai International records 25% passenger growth

Posted on 21/10/2010

Dubai International recorded a 25 per cent year-on-year growth in passenger numbers in September while freight volume also witnessed a double-digit growth, according to its operator. Dubai Airports, which owns and manages the operations of both the Dubai airports — Dubai International and Al Maktoum International, said year-to-date passenger traffic is up 
15.8 per cent as 34.84 million passengers have passed through Dubai International compared to 30.09 million during the corresponding ...  >>MORE

Dubai Duty Free sales up 14.5% in nine months

Posted on 21/10/2010

Dubai Duty Free (DDF) has announced that its revenues for nine months ended September 30, 2010, grew 14.5 per cent to US$902 million (Dh3,313m), and that the world's single largest airport retail operation is on track for year-end sales of an estimated US$1.25 billion, about 10 per cent more than 2009's record sales of US$1.14bn. Colm McLoughlin, Managing Director of DDF, said: "2010 began well for the operation and we are pleased that our penetration level and average spend has been ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi airport puts new facility on priority list

Posted on 20/10/2010

The new chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports Company (Adac) said Tuesday in his first public appearance in his new role that his key priority is to ensure the delivery of a proposed new Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC) at the capital's international airport. James Bennett, who retired as president and CEO of Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) earlier this year, also said short-term improvements had to be made at the airport in order to support the rapid growth of Etihad Airways ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport passenger traffic increases by 7 per cent

Posted on 30/09/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) yesterday announced the results of its monthly traffic report, which shows an increase of 7 per cent in passenger traffic for the month of August 2010, over the same period last year. Aircraft movements increased by 5.8 per cent while cargo traffic increased by 12 per cent, with a total of 38,076 tons transported through the airport. The August results reveal the United States to be showing the highest year-on-year passenger traffic increase, with a 130.2 ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airport grew from small airport to international portal in 50 years: Ahmed bin Saeed

Posted on 30/09/2010

The Dubai International will reach a historic milestone when it marks its golden anniversary on Thursday, September 30, following 50 years of growth from a humble beginning in 1960 to a global aviation hub. In 1959, the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, ordered the construction of the airport, which comprised a 1800-metre airstrip of compacted sand, an apron, a fire station and a small terminal building. The facility was officially inaugurated on September 30, 1960. HH Sheikh Ahmed ...  >>MORE

Sharjah airport expands to meet growing demand

Posted on 28/09/2010

The Sharjah International Airport is close to starting construction of a Dh500 million CAT III runway, an airport official said. Abdul Wahab Al Roumi, director-general of Sharjah's Department of Civil Aviation, told Gulf News yesterday that the airport was being developed and the existing runway would be renovated after the new one becomes operational in 18-24 months. The new runway will be as long as the existing one — 4,000 metres — and will be 250 metres away from it. Al Roumi said the ...  >>MORE

Robust growth continues at Dubai International

Posted on 26/09/2010

Dubai Airports announced its August traffic results yesterday reporting a 21.5 per cent surge in year-on-year cargo growth and a 6.8 per cent rise in international passenger traffic. After a record month in July, August passenger numbers fell just short of the 4 million mark at 3,987,184 up 6.8 per cent compared to the same period last year when strong traffic growth saw 3,734,682 passengers pass through the facility. Year to date passenger traffic is up 14.7 percent as 30,849,555 million ...  >>MORE

Dubai International Emirates Terminal 3 Welcomes 50 Millionth Passenger

Posted on 08/09/2010

Dubai Airports, Emirates Airline and Dubai Duty Free (DDF) yesterday welcomed the 50 millionth passenger to pass through the world's largest airport terminal, Dubai International Emirates Terminal 3. Parvez Khan, an assistant manager with a hotel in Dubai and a resident of Ajman, was greeted at check-in by a delegation of Dubai aviation executives including Jamal Al Hai, Dubai Airports Senior Vice President, Strategy '&' Development, Chris Garton, Dubai Airports Senior Vice President ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi airport to handle 40m passengers by 2030

Posted on 05/09/2010

Abu Dhabi International Airport's US$6.8 billion (Dh25 billion) redevelopment plan is on track, with the delivery of projects lined up all the way to 2030. "The projects will be completed in phases. In the immediate future, the air traffic control tower work will be completed in 2011, with the midfield terminal complex phase 1 also finished in the next few years," a spokeswoman for Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), an entity responsible for overseeing the airport's redevelopment, told Gulf ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport sees passenger traffic increase by 9.2% in July

Posted on 25/08/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) yesterday announced the results of its monthly traffic report, which shows an increase of 9.2% in passenger traffic for the month of July 2010, over the same month in the previous year. For the first time in the airport's history, more than one million passengers travelled through the airport in any one single month. Aircraft movements increased by 10.1%, while cargo traffic increased by 12.3%, with a total of 36,755 tons transported through the airport. The ...  >>MORE

Dubai International posts record traffic results in July

Posted on 25/08/2010

Dubai International started the second half of the year on a positive note as Dubai Airports reported monthly passenger numbers that eclipsed the elusive four-million mark for the first time. Dubai International handled a total of 4,307,926 passengers in July compared to 3,768,965 in July 2009, a year on year increase of 14.3 per cent. The year to date traffic reached 26,862,371, up 16 per cent compared to 23,166,054 in the corresponding period in 2009. The closest the airport has previously ...  >>MORE

DWC signs up 20 firms since Maktoum Airport opening

Posted on 25/08/2010

Dubai World Central (DWC) has signed agreements with 20 new companies - local and foreign – since the opening of the Al Maktoum International Airport over the last two months, a senior official said on Monday. DWC and its units are witnessing an increased interest from local and foreign companies to establish operations following the opening of the Al Maktoum International Airport in June this year. To be based in Dubai Logistics City, part of DWC and world's first logistics platform with all ...  >>MORE

Al Menhali inspects work progress at Abu Dhabi Airport passports section

Posted on 24/08/2010

Major General Nasser Al Awadhi Al Menhali, assistant undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Naturalisation, Residency and Ports Affairs inspected yesterday work progress at the passports section at the Abu Dhabi Airport, where he got acquainted with impediments that hamper work to settle them. He urged all workers to ease and speed up all procedures of travellers. Al Menhali called for provision of better services and upgrading of service quality. He was flanked during the inspection ...  >>MORE

Inbound passengers declare Dh23.8 billion on arrival in H1: Dubai Customs

Posted on 15/08/2010

Funds declared by inbound passengers to customs officers in Dubai International Airport stood at Dh23.8 billion during the first half of the year, official statistics revealed. Figures released by passengers' operations unit at Dubai International Airport said that the Emirates Terminal 3 at the airport accounted for the largest amount of declared cash money at Dh 12.8 billion, followed by Terminals 1 and 2 at Dh7.5 billion and Dh3.5 billion respectively. Yusouf Al Sahlawi, Executive Director ...  >>MORE

Duty Free revenue continues to swell at Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted on 09/08/2010

Duty Free retail turnover at Abu Dhabi International Airport grew 19 per cent during the first half of 2010 to US$75 million, outperforming the airport's passenger growth of 11.7 per cent over the same period. Furthermore, spend per passenger increased by 7.2 per cent amounting to US US$14.47. Huraiz Almur bin Huraiz, Abu Dhabi Airports Company's Chief Commercial Officer, said: "Retail spending at our airport is significantly stronger than passenger growth, a clear sign that we are succeeding ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airport serves one million passengers in July

Posted on 02/08/2010

Abu Dhabi International Airport on Friday welcomed its first one millionth passenger within a calendar month, achieving one more record in its short history. To celebrate the milestone, the Abu Dhabi Airports Company, or ADAC, identified its one millionth passenger, Mohamed Salem Al Khatri, who arrived on Friday at 7:20pm on an Etihad Airways flight EY012 from London. Al Khatri was welcomed by Yusuf Al Jowder, Head of Terminal Operations at ADAC and Amir Abu Ganaya, Senior Airport Traffic ...  >>MORE

Dubai International's passenger traffic up 6.5% in April

Posted on 27/07/2010

Following on the heels of a good first quarter, Dubai International, the world's sixth busiest airport for international passengers, has announced a growth of 6.5% in passenger traffic in April. The airport recorded a throughput of 3,271,435 in April 2009 compared to 3,073,479 in the same period last year. In March, Dubai International was ranked fourth worldwide in terms of passenger traffic. According to Airports Council International's (ACI) figures, Dubai International was the only ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports Company heralds digital era at Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted on 26/07/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has achieved Platinum Airport status from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for adopting 100% bar coded boarding passes (BCBP). ADAC is the first major airport in the Middle East to receive the Platinum Airport status. The aviation industry has set a target of converting to 100% BCBP by the end of 2010, and Abu Dhabi International Airport has adopted the system six months ahead of schedule. The 2D bar coded boarding pass at Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Thomas Cook inks agreement with ADAT for B757 Five-Year base maintenance

Posted on 22/07/2010

Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies (ADAT), the Middle East's largest independent maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services provider, signed a five-year agreement yesterday to conduct airframe heavy maintenance for Thomas Cook's Boeing 757 fleet. ADAT is part of Mubadala Aerospace's global MRO network, which includes SR Technics. Both ADAT and SR Technics provide a complete maintenance solution for Thomas Cook Aircraft Engineering in Europe and the Middle East. "This important agreement ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport sees 11.7% increase in passenger traffic in first half of 2010

Posted on 21/07/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) yesterday released Abu Dhabi International Airport's traffic figures for the first six months of 2010, which showed a strong increase of 11.7% in passenger traffic, when compared to the same period last year. The recent traffic report reflected a growth in cargo performance, with loads increasing by 20.3% and aircraft movements increasing by 11.9% for the first six months of 2010. The airport's growth is attributed to the international passenger traffic ...  >>MORE

UAE air traffic movements grew 11.3 per cent in June

Posted on 20/07/2010

The UAE air traffic movements grew by 11.3 per cent in June, reaching to 52 thousand air traffic movements as compared with 47 thousand air traffic movements in the same month last year, an announcement of UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) said. As such, air traffic movement maintained this month the high average achieved in the first five months of this year. GCAA's monthly report for June 2010 showed that Dubai ranked first with 23824 air traffic movements. over flights stood ...  >>MORE

Dubai airport arrivals rise by 1m

Posted on 18/07/2010

As more and people are getting out of the country looking for a getaway from the heat and hectic life in the city, the country has been witnessing an equally huge inflow of tourists. Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri, director of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs, told Khaleej Times that statistics recently released showed there has been an increase in the flow of tourists and visitors into the UAE during the first half of the year. Major General Al Marri ...  >>MORE

No full-body X-ray scan at Dubai airport

Posted on 06/07/2010

In a relief to people travelling abroad in summer, the Airport Security Department of Dubai Police has announced that it will not use full-body X-ray scanners on passengers. The use of these scanners hampers the movement of passengers and invades their privacy, Brigadier Ahmed bin Thani, Director of the Airport Security Department of the Dubai Police, said at a press conference on Monday. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has not instructed airports to use them on ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates the phase one of Al Maktoum International Airport

Posted on 04/07/2010

The Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaugurated officially on Thursday the first phase of Al Maktoum International Airport at Jebel Ali in the presence of Dubai Crown Prince HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Dubai Deputy Ruler HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Sheikh Mohammed toured the construction work being executed in Dubai Aviation City, which includes residential, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi passenger traffic up by 12.2% in May

Posted on 01/07/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) released its monthly traffic report. The report showed a 12.2 per cent increase in passenger traffic for the month of May 2010, compared to the same month last year. Cargo movements showed a strong 19.4 per cent increase for the same period, while the airport recorded a 12.4 per cent lift in aircraft movements. The top five destinations together recorded a passenger total of 159,609, or 19.2 per cent of all passengers travelling through Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Al Maktoum International airport begins operations

Posted on 28/06/2010

Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International (DWC) airport will mark its first takeoff on Monday after receiving aerodrome certification on Sunday from the General Civil Aviation Authority of the UAE, creating a milestone in the region's aviation history. The emirate joined an elite group of two-airport cities on Sunday when Dubai Airports officially opened DWC for cargo operations welcoming inaugural flights operated by Rus Aviation, Skyline and Aerospace Consortium. "Phase 1 is the first ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airports CEO: 150 million passengers to use Dubai Airport by 2030

Posted on 27/06/2010

Brussels - Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths yesterday called on airlines, airports, retailers and information technology providers to break down the silo walls and collaborate on IT solutions that centre on passenger needs. "IT providers can play a role in supporting a new approach to handle traffic growth that is estimated to top 5 billion passenger journeys globally by 2027," said Griffiths in a speech delivered at the SITA Air Transport IT Summit held yesterday in Brussels. "In Dubai, ...  >>MORE

Dnata Cargo ready to offer ground handling expertise at Al-Maktoum International Airport

Posted on 24/06/2010

After twelve months of preparations and thousands of man hours by its dedicated personnel, Dnata Cargo is ready to serve its customer airlines soon to commence flying into and out of the new Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). The new airport, at the heart of Dubai World Central, will one day be the world's largest passenger and cargo hub, ultimately capable of handling over 12 million tons of cargo a year. Dnata Cargo, which is already the ground handler for over ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airports wins top cargo awards

Posted on 23/06/2010

Dubai Airports has been named the Air Cargo Hub of the Year at the Supply Chain and Transport Awards (Scata) in Dubai, and the Best Airport - Middle East, at the Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards in Shanghai. It is the fourth consecutive year that Dubai Airports has won the Scata award and a record sixteenth consecutive win at the AFSC Awards. The award events are organised by two prominent industry publications - Scata by ITP, the publishers of the Air Cargo Middle East India, and AFSC ...  >>MORE

Historic first flight shows all systems are 'Go' for Dubai's new airport

Posted on 22/06/2010

Dubai Airports paved the way for the successful opening of Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International for cargo operations on June 27 after the new airport passed a series of operational tests conducted during its first 'live' flight yesterday with flying colours. Emirates Flight EK9883, a Boeing 777 freighter operating Hong Kong-Dubai and piloted by Captain Ahmad Bin Huzaim and First Officer Nabil Yousuf Ahmad Mohammad Rai Al Boom, touched down at 1650 local time yesterday amid cheers from ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi airport seeks up
to 11pc growth in 2010-11

Posted on 22/06/2010

Abu Dhabi International Airport is targeting to achieve a growth rate between eight to 11 per cent in 2010, Ahmed Mohammed Al Haddabi, Senior Vice President, Airport Operations of Abu Dhabi Airport
 Company (ADAC). "Last year our growth rate was about 7.3 per cent and we have handled nearly 10 million passengers in 2009. This year we will cross the milestone of ten million passengers by significant levels,'' Ahmed told Khaleej Times on the sidelines of the Global Civil Aviation Search ...  >>MORE

260 thousand air traffic movements in first five months of 2010, up 12%

Posted on 16/06/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) announced that the UAE air traffic movements grew 12.3% in April, reaching 54 thousand air traffic movements, compared with 48 thousand air traffic movements in May 2009. As such, air traffic movement was at its highest in May 2010 compared with the first five month of this year and last year. GCAA's monthly report showed that total air traffic movements in the first five months of 2010 were 259.8 thousand, compared to 232.8 thousand in the ...  >>MORE

Royal Falcon Airlines is welcomed by Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted on 02/06/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) announced yesterday that the Jordanian airline, Royal Falcon Airlines, will be flying directly from Marka Airport, Amman to Abu Dhabi International Airport, twice weekly, from 1 June 2010. This will be Royal Falcon Airlines' second direct flight into the UAE after its service to Sharjah, which started in March 2010. The new Amman - Abu Dhabi route will add to Abu Dhabi International Airport's growing position as one of the region's most improved and ...  >>MORE

DWC phase one to open June 27: Sheikh Ahmed

Posted on 01/06/2010

Dubai World Central (DWC), the 140 sq km project that would house Al Maktoum Airport, will have its first phase opening on June 27, said Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman of the Dubai Shopping Festival Supreme Committee, in a statement yesterday. The announcement sets aside rumours of delays at DWC, which will also incorporate Dubai Logistics City, DWC Aviation City and other projects to create the world's ...  >>MORE

Dubai airport posts growth despite ash cloud menace

Posted on 27/05/2010

Dubai International, home to the Middle East's largest airline Emirates, continued to post impressive growth in passenger traffic and cargo volume during April despite the volcanic disruption, the airport's 
operator said. The volcanic ash cloud that grounded flights around the world for six days last month had a minimal impact on growth at the Dubai airport as passenger numbers rose by 13.9 per cent to 3.7 million in April 2010 from 3.3 million during the same period last year and ...  >>MORE

April passenger traffic up by more than 10% at Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted on 24/05/2010

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) yesterday released its monthly traffic report for Abu Dhabi International Airport, which shows the double-digit growth experienced since the start of 2010 is still holding strong. In spite of cancellations of flights due to the volcanic eruption in Iceland which grounded many flights to and from Europe during the month, the airport recorded a passenger traffic increase of 10.1%, up to 866,475, in the month of April. The month of April 2010 saw aircraft ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports Company launches new airport brand: Shop-Dine-Unwind

Posted on 13/05/2010

The Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has launched its new brand concept: Shop-Dine-Unwind on the second day of the Tax Free World Association (TFWA) event, running in Singapore this week. Having changed from a direct operator to a landlord for its duty free operations, the relevance of the existing Abu Dhabi Duty Free (ADDF) brand was brought into question. ADAC currently manages five airports within the emirate of Abu Dhabi and sees potential, in the long-term, as an airport asset ...  >>MORE

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Abu Dhabi Airports Company announces a 13.3% increase in passenger traffic


Dubai Airport FZ companies looking to boost exports


13.1% rise in Dubai passenger traffic forecast next year


Abu Dhabi, Dubai Airports the most developed in the world, says a German Official


Dubai International records 25% passenger growth


Dubai Duty Free sales up 14.5% in nine months


Abu Dhabi airport puts new facility on priority list


Abu Dhabi International Airport passenger traffic increases by 7 per cent


Dubai Airport grew from small airport to international portal in 50 years: Ahmed bin Saeed


Sharjah airport expands to meet growing demand


Robust growth continues at Dubai International


Dubai International Emirates Terminal 3 Welcomes 50 Millionth Passenger


Abu Dhabi airport to handle 40m passengers by 2030


Abu Dhabi International Airport sees passenger traffic increase by 9.2% in July


Dubai International posts record traffic results in July


DWC signs up 20 firms since Maktoum Airport opening


Al Menhali inspects work progress at Abu Dhabi Airport passports section


Inbound passengers declare Dh23.8 billion on arrival in H1: Dubai Customs


Duty Free revenue continues to swell at Abu Dhabi International Airport


Abu Dhabi Airport serves one million passengers in July


Dubai International's passenger traffic up 6.5% in April


Abu Dhabi Airports Company heralds digital era at Abu Dhabi International Airport


Thomas Cook inks agreement with ADAT for B757 Five-Year base maintenance


Abu Dhabi International Airport sees 11.7% increase in passenger traffic in first half of 2010


UAE air traffic movements grew 11.3 per cent in June


Dubai airport arrivals rise by 1m


No full-body X-ray scan at Dubai airport


Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates the phase one of Al Maktoum International Airport


Abu Dhabi passenger traffic up by 12.2% in May


Al Maktoum International airport begins operations


Dubai Airports CEO: 150 million passengers to use Dubai Airport by 2030


Dnata Cargo ready to offer ground handling expertise at Al-Maktoum International Airport


Dubai Airports wins top cargo awards


Historic first flight shows all systems are 'Go' for Dubai's new airport


Abu Dhabi airport seeks up
to 11pc growth in 2010-11


260 thousand air traffic movements in first five months of 2010, up 12%


Royal Falcon Airlines is welcomed by Abu Dhabi International Airport


DWC phase one to open June 27: Sheikh Ahmed


Dubai airport posts growth despite ash cloud menace


April passenger traffic up by more than 10% at Abu Dhabi International Airport


Abu Dhabi Airports Company launches new airport brand: Shop-Dine-Unwind