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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - AIRPORTS

Dubai Airports wins at Transform Awards MENA 2015

Posted on 09/06/2015

Dubai Airports has won the Gold Award for ‘Best Internal Communications During a Brand Development Programme' at the Transform Awards, Middle East and North Africa, at a ceremony held in Dubai recently. The award category recognises an organisation's approach in engaging all of its employees, especially in communicating a change in its positioning or brand strategy, to ensure that it occurs at every level across the board. This year's judging panel was made up of 10 branding experts from ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports recognises excellence in Star of the Year Programme

Posted on 04/06/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports has launched its annual Star of the Year programme, which recognises individuals whose performance exceeded the overall performance target of Abu Dhabi International Airport during the previous year. Abu Dhabi Airports recently held a recognition ceremony to honour the winners, which included partners working at the airport such as Etihad Airways, Pakistan Air, Turkish Airlines, Air blue, Jet Airways, Airport Immigration, Customs and Airport Police, as well as Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport to conduct busiest summer schedule ever, with 271 additional weekly flights

Posted on 31/05/2015

As the holiday season is fast approaching, Abu Dhabi International Airport is getting ready for its busiest ever summer. 1,504 flights will depart from Abu Dhabi each week, 22% more than in the previous year (2014: 1,233). New destinations available to passengers this summer include Johannesburg in South Africa, Madrid in Spain, Venice in Italy, Pune in India, Entebbe in Uganda and Edinburgh in Scotland (due to commence on 8th June) as well as direct flights to Brisbane in Australia. Etihad ...  >>MORE

UAE ranks first in Quality of Air Transport Infrastructure

Posted on 28/05/2015

The United Arab Emirates has ranked first globally in Quality of Air Transport Infrastructure, according to a major annual report by the Swiss-based International Institute for Management Development, IMD. The World Competitiveness Yearbook 2015, released yesterday, ranks the UAE first in Quality of Air Transport Infrastructure, outweighing Singapore, the US, the UK, France and Germany. H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group, Chairman ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Airport passenger numbers up 7% in April

Posted on 25/05/2015

Sharjah International Airport posted on Sunday a 7 per cent in increase in passenger numbers for the month of April. A total of 814,648 passengers used the airport in April compared to the 761,313 in April 2014, according to an emailed statement. The numbers posted by Sharjah International Airport on Sunday are different to data released to Gulf News by federal regulator the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) last week which showed that Sharjah International Airport handled 673,147 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport upgrades baggage handling systems

Posted on 21/05/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports company has announced the successful completion of the installation and renovation of the baggage handling systems at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. The work was carried out by Abu Dhabi Airports' subcontractor Siemens Logistics and Airport Solutions. The state-of-the-art baggage handling systems use highly innovative technology that guarantees smooth baggage flow and helps to deliver an enhanced passenger experience. The existing systems in Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 have been ...  >>MORE

SAIF Zone to add another 3 million square meters

Posted on 19/05/2015

Sharjah Airport International Free Zone, SAIF Zone, has successfully participated in Project Qatar, the 12th international construction technology and building materials exhibition that has attracted over 32,000 visitors and 830 B2B meetings. The event, which was held recently in the Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha, had participation from more than 2,500 companies from 50 countries. SAIF Zone team, consisting of Saif Al Suwaidi and Yasser Abed Hamid, participated in the event under ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Midfield Terminal to be equipped with SITA next generation technology systems

Posted on 13/05/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports have recently announced a five-year partnership with SITA, the world's leading specialist in air transport communications and IT solutions, to provide the new Midfield Terminal with state-of-the-art IT infrastructure throughout the project. SITA will provide integrated end-to-end passenger and airport management solutions including its next generation airport management system and common-use passenger processing platform. Passengers will benefit from automated boarding ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airports launches automated announcements across both airports

Posted on 13/05/2015

Dubai Airports has introduced a new initiative to cater to its growing global passenger base at both Dubai International and Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central, DWC, by making automated announcements in up to 25 languages. The new system also supports Dubai Airports' "silent airport" policy at both Dubai International and Al Maktoum International by making automated boarding announcements specific to the passenger boarding gates, premium lounges and transfer desks. The new system ...  >>MORE

DWC propelled into world’s 20 busiest international cargo hubs

Posted on 12/05/2015

Cargo volumes at Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central, DWC, continued to rise sharply in the first three months of 2015, propelling the airport into the world's 20 busiest international cargo hubs for the first time. Freight volumes surged 177.3 percent in the first quarter of 2015 to 213,006 tonnes, up from the 76,816 tonnes achieved in the same period last year. The growth was driven by Dubai Airports' strategic decision to relocate all dedicated freighters from Dubai ...  >>MORE

Ahmed bin Saeed opens world’s largest annual airport show

Posted on 11/05/2015

His H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Emirates Group on Sunday opened the 15th Airport Show, the world's largest annual airport event, which attracted over 300 exhibitors from 40 countries for the three-day run at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC). "It is an excellent show which has grown each passing year, very much reflecting the expansion of our aviation industry. We see a bright future for the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports deploys new automated boarding pass authentication system

Posted on 10/05/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports announced that it has signed an agreement to deploy new traveller documents authentication system to validate boarding pass using technology supplied by air transport IT specialist, SITA. The new solution using Airport iValidate product will enhance security, accelerate passenger processing and reduce waiting times for passengers by automatically verifying all types of boarding passes including mobile boarding passes and home printed passes. The use of Traveller document ...  >>MORE

DXB named Airport of the Year at Business Traveller ME Awards

Posted on 07/05/2015

Dubai International has recently been named Best Airport in the Middle East at the Business Traveller Middle East Awards, 2015. Held in Dubai, the Awards are judged based on the feedback from frequent flyers and Business Traveller readers, many of whom regularly fly through Dubai International. "We are very pleased to win this award as it amply demonstrates our efforts to consistently provide quality customer service to our passengers even as we have grown to achieve the title of the world's ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport announces new car park services

Posted on 07/05/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports yesterday announced that passengers travelling through Abu Dhabi International Airport and Al Bateen Executive Airport will soon see a range of improvements and additional services ranging from a premium car cleaning service to a higher level of customer service from newly trained staff. Al Musbah Group has been named as a new parking concessionaire responsible for a range of airport services including baggage wrapping, the Airport Service Centre and Airport Parking. Abu ...  >>MORE

Passenger terminal at DWC to be expanded to accommodate 26 million passengers by 2017

Posted on 06/05/2015

Dubai Airports yesterday confirmed that construction is expected to begin later this year on the expansion of Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central's (DWC's) existing passenger terminal which will boost the current capacity of 6 million passengers a year to 26 million. As Dubai International nears its capacity limit due to the rapid growth of passenger traffic, DWC will play an increasingly important role in absorbing additional traffic. The project is a precursor to the US$32bn ...  >>MORE

Dubai airport passenger traffic up 7.2 per cent y/y in March

Posted on 06/05/2015

Dubai International experienced solid growth across all major markets in March 2015, lifting passenger traffic 7.2 per cent from the same month last year, according to the latest traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports yesterday. Passenger traffic in March 2015 totalled 6,736,932 compared to the 6,285,868 passengers recorded in March last year, up 7.2 per cent from the year earlier. This boosted traffic in the first three months of the year to 19,606,327, up 6.8 per cent from the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports’ GCAS wins prestigious ICAO Award for training

Posted on 26/04/2015

The Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS), the training arm of Abu Dhabi Airports based in Al Bateen Executive Airport, has been recognised by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) for delivering the most shared and validated TrainAir Plus Standardised Training Packages (STPs) than any other ICAO TrainAir Plus centre worldwide. The award was presented by Raymond Benjamin, ICAO Secretary General, during the ICAO Global Aviation Training & TrainAir Plus Symposium which preceded ...  >>MORE

UAE leads the way in airport automation

Posted on 20/04/2015

The UAE is among the world's leaders in the use of sophisticated technology to streamline airport and border entry into the country, according to airport IT giant SITA. Automated passport control (APC) kiosks have already been implemented in the Abu Dhabi International Airport, allowing nationals of 39 countries flying to the US to be processed in under 60 seconds and significantly reducing time spent waiting in queues. Additionally, automated kiosks increase the per-officer efficiency of ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Airport International Free Zone launches upgraded website

Posted on 08/04/2015

Sharjah Airport International Free Zone, SAIF ZONE, has launched an upgraded version of its website with new interactive features that make it easier than ever for clients to set up businesses in the free zone. "In this era of global connectivity, a website is like a window into the organisation, that is why we have striven to make it a true representation of SAIF Zone in a user-friendly manner", said Saud Salim Al Mazrouei, Director of Sharjah Airport Free Zone, SAIF ZONE, and Hamriyah Free ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports appoints Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei as Chief Executive

Posted on 06/04/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports yesterday announced the appointment of Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei as its Chief Executive Officer. Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei possesses considerable experience in major infrastructure projects, and in the aviation and transportation sectors. He currently serves as a Board Member of Abu Dhabi Airports and is also a Board member of Abu Dhabi Ports Company. He has previously served the country in the Armed Forces. Ali Majed Al Mansoori, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airports invests US$ 1.2 billion in facility upgrades for international airlines and passengers

Posted on 02/04/2015

Dubai Airports yesterday confirmed that its US$ 1.2 billion (Dh 4.3 billion) investment in new and upgraded facilities for the over 110 international airlines that operate from Dubai International's Terminals 1 and 2 will deliver a significantly enhanced customer experience when construction and testing is completed. Concourse D, when it opens later this year, will become the new US$ 517 million (Dh 1.9 billion) home to nearly 100 airlines that currently occupy Concourse C. It will feature 21 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport welcomes South African Airways' inaugural flight from Johannesburg

Posted on 31/03/2015

Abu Dhabi International Airport last night welcomed the arrival of South African Airways' (SAA) inaugural flight from Johannesburg to the UAE's capital. The maiden flight, which was greeted with a traditional water cannon salute, marks the start of SAA's operations to Abu Dhabi International Airport , with the carrier offering daily direct flights between Johannesburg and the UAE's capital. The commencement of direct flights between Johannesburg and Abu Dhabi by SAA forms part of the ...  >>MORE

Dubai International Airport world’s busiest A380 hub

Posted on 24/03/2015

Dubai International Airport has been named the world's leading hub for Airbus A380 operations in 2014, according to Dubai Airports' 2014 Yearbook. Dubai International had a total of 15,098 A380 flights to 39 destinations around the world during 2014, sharply up from the 10,608 A380 scheduled flights to 26 destinations recorded in the previous year. The figures are based on published airline industry flight schedule data. The growth in A380 movements was driven by the expansion of the Emirates ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports signs contract for advanced detection equipment at Midfield Terminal

Posted on 17/03/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports yesterday announced that it has signed a Dh458 million contract with Smiths Detection to equip the Midfield Terminal with a range of systems aimed to detect chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives, CBRE, threats. The hold baggage systems include the next generation of high speed explosives detection system deploying a combination of X-ray technologies to produce high resolution images of baggage contents. There will also be 3D workstations for outbound ...  >>MORE

Dubai airports growth projections revised to 126 million passengers by 2020

Posted on 14/03/2015

Growth is pushing the Dubai Airports - operator of Dubai International and Al Maktoum International in Dubai World Central - to expand. Speaking at the Future of Border International Conference in Dubai Thursday, Paul Griffiths, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Airports, said: "Our revised projections for 2020 now exceed 126 million passengers. By 2030, we expect to have around 200 million passengers traffic." The conference has been organised by the General Directorate of Residency and ...  >>MORE

Plans will make Dubai airport run smoother

Posted on 13/03/2015

Getting to and from the airport in Dubai will become more convenient thanks to a more efficient design, Dubai Airports' chief executive said. Paul Griffiths said Dubai Al Maktoum International Airport will include state-of-the-art facilities and allow passengers to use smartphones to find their way and their baggage. "We will keep walking distances to within 400 metres,” he said at the Future of Borders conference on Thursday. "Its initial capacity of 120 million will develop to 240 million, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s Midfield Terminal to be 65% complete by year-end

Posted on 11/03/2015

Abu Dhabi's mega airport expansion project, the Dh10.8 billion Midfield Terminal Building (MTB), will be "60 to 65 per cent” complete by the end of the year. The MTB is slated to open in July, 2017. In an interview at Abu Dhabi Airport's headquarters at Abu Dhabi International on Tuesday, Chairman Ali Majed Al Mansouri said there has been "some changes” to the design but that construction remains on schedule. The variations in design were due to the "complexity of the building and changes in ...  >>MORE

DXB starts 2015 in top gear; monthly traffic boosted by Dubai Shopping Festival, holiday season

Posted on 03/03/2015

Dubai International has begun the new year with another record monthly traffic by welcoming more than 6.8 million passengers in January. According to the traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today, passenger traffic rose 7.7 per cent to 6,895,668 in January 2015, up from 6,400,706 in the same month in 2014. This follows Dubai International's performance in 2014 during which the airport welcomed 70.4 million passengers to claim the title of the world's number one airport for ...  >>MORE

Charge d'Affaires at UAE Embassy in New Delhi takes part in Sharjah Airport Free Zone promotional campaign

Posted on 28/02/2015

Saeed Mohammed Al Mouhairi, Charge d'Affaires at the UAE Embassy in New Delhi, took part in the promotional campaign organised by the Sharjah International Airport's Free Zone yesterday in collaboration with the India International Engineering and Technology Fair 2015, a biennial event of the Confederation of Indian Industries. The campaign aims at highlighting the huge potential of the Sharjah International Airport's Free Zone, which offers incentives and facilities for businesses. Saud Al ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Duty Free revenues reach Dh1bn in 2014

Posted on 24/02/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports has announced that Abu Dhabi Airport Duty Free achieved sales exceeding Dh1 billion in 2014, closing the year at Dh1.009 billion, representing a rise of 10.5% versus 2013, which stood at Dh912.9 million. Abu Dhabi Airports' Chairman, Ali Majed Al Mansoori, said, "This significant milestone confirms that we are providing passengers with the diverse services and offerings they expect at a major international airport and reflects the incredible growth in passengers which is ...  >>MORE

RAK Airport eyes up to 30 routes by 2020: CEO

Posted on 20/02/2015

European travellers will be flying through the UAE's most northern emirate, Ras Al Khaimah, connecting to destinations across the Indian Subcontinent and Asia by 2020, according to the emirate's airport chief. "Realistically, I would see RAK Airport by 2020 to be a connected hub to at least 25 to 30 destinations, having a number of based aircraft [and] bigger terminals,” said Mohammad Qazi, Ras Al Khaimah International Airport (RAK Airport) chief executive, in an interview on Thursday. Ras Al ...  >>MORE

DWC registers record freight volumes in 2014; completes first full year of passenger operations

Posted on 11/02/2015

Freight volumes and passenger traffic at Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC) reached record levels in 2014 according to the year-end traffic report released yesterday by operator Dubai Airports. DWC welcomed 845,046 passengers in its first full year of passenger operations, boosted mainly by the arrival of a number of passenger carriers during the runway refurbishment programme at Dubai International from May 1 to July 20, 2014. The annual figures were also augmented by ...  >>MORE

DXB airfield gets one of world's first LED systems

Posted on 04/02/2015

Both the southern and northern runways at Dubai International (DXB) have been equipped with one of the world's first complete LED airfield lighting systems. The recently completed project was designed to help the airport accommodate future growth by implementing technology to enable more efficient, reliable and sustainable operations. Honeywell installed more than 8,200 LED lights and 1300km of cabling in just 80 days. Most critically, the airport remained operational throughout the entire ...  >>MORE

Dubai World Central unveils Dh120mn supply chain development plan

Posted on 01/02/2015

Dubai World Central's (DWC) Aviation District has announced a Dh 120 million plan to develop 45,000 square meters of new aerospace supply chain facilities. The project, which is scheduled to be completed by the first quarter of next year, will feature a multi-purpose building for tenants that are a part of the aerospace supply chain. Catering specifically to small to medium enterprises in the global MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) sector, the buildings will comprise front offices and ...  >>MORE

DXB takes over top spot for international passenger traffic

Posted on 28/01/2015

Dubai Airports yesterday released its year-end traffic report which confirm that Dubai International Airport, DXB, has secured its position as the number one airport for international passenger numbers. Full year passenger numbers totalled 70,475,636, up 6.1 percent from the 66,431,533 recorded in 2013. This followed robust passenger traffic growth of 7.5 percent in December with 6,498,573 passengers passing through the facility compared to 6,047,126 recorded in the corresponding month the ...  >>MORE

Dubai ranks number 3 in terms of cargo traffic

Posted on 28/01/2015

Dubai moved a little over 2.4 million tonnes of cargo traffic in 2014, enabling them to retain third position after South Korea and Hong Kong. "We are looking at 4 million tonnes volumes by 2020, with an annual average growth rate of 6.7 per cent. Dubai would play a key role in cargo strategy,” Paul Griffiths, chief executive officer at Dubai Airports, told Gulf News. About 24 cargo airlines currently operate out of DWC due to capacity constraints. "Hong Kong and Korea has got huge ...  >>MORE

UAE airports lead Middle East in smart technology adoption

Posted on 27/01/2015

Robust passenger growth at UAE airports, projected at 5.6 per cent annually until 2034 by IATA, higher expectations of travellers about seamless experiences and ceaseless technological advancement are prompting Arabian Gulf airports to turn Smart. The capacity of the UAE's airports, which handled about 100 million passengers last year, will increase to 250 million passengers by 2020. The UAE's airports are investing up to US$50 billion in new and expansion projects with smooth and efficient ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport sees record traffic

Posted on 25/01/2015

Abu Dhabi Airports on Saturday reported that in 2014 it welcomed 20 million inbound, outbound and transfer passengers, representing an annual growth of 20 per cent — the highest in Abu Dhabi International Airport's history The airport handled 154,821 traffic movements, up 14.5 per cent compared to last year. Cargo throughput rose 12.8 per cent year on year, reaching 797,069 million tonnes. Commenting on these numbers, Ali Majid Al Mansouri, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: "The ...  >>MORE

Dubai to see 100 million air travellers by 2020

Posted on 21/01/2015

As the Dubai Airports saw 71 million passengers in 2014 and are expected to receive over 100 million passengers by 2020, the immigration authorities in the emirate are working on an Advance Passenger Information System (APIS). So far, the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai (GDRFA) has invested Dh100 million in smart gates to speed up the arrival and departure procedures, Major-General Mohammed Al Marri, Director-General of the directorate, said on Monday while ...  >>MORE

MoI Urges travellers to register for eGates service

Posted on 15/01/2015

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has urged travellers who registered for the Electronic Ports' Project [(e-gate) to cut the time spent going through the country's ports. Major Mohammed Al Zaabi, Director of MoI's e-Port Project said that GCC nationals, residents, as well as visitors and their family members who have an entry visa, can benefit from the speedy travel procedures at the country's ports of entry and exit. He noted that the state-of-the-art system provides the highest levels of ...  >>MORE

Sharjah International passengers numbers up 11.76% in 2014

Posted on 15/01/2015

Sharjah International Airport reported on Wednesday an 11.76 per cent increase in passenger traffic for 2014 compared to a year earlier. The airport, located in the UAE's third largest emirate, recorded 9.5 million passengers compared to 8.5 million in 2013. Ali Salim Al Midfa, chairman of the Sharjah Airport Authority, said in a statement that the 2014 passenger numbers indicate the growing popularity of the airport. "Robust passenger traffic growth continues at Sharjah International ...  >>MORE

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Dubai Airports wins at Transform Awards MENA 2015


Abu Dhabi Airports recognises excellence in Star of the Year Programme


Abu Dhabi International Airport to conduct busiest summer schedule ever, with 271 additional weekly flights


UAE ranks first in Quality of Air Transport Infrastructure


Sharjah Airport passenger numbers up 7% in April


Abu Dhabi International Airport upgrades baggage handling systems


SAIF Zone to add another 3 million square meters


Abu Dhabi Midfield Terminal to be equipped with SITA next generation technology systems


Dubai Airports launches automated announcements across both airports


DWC propelled into world’s 20 busiest international cargo hubs


Ahmed bin Saeed opens world’s largest annual airport show


Abu Dhabi Airports deploys new automated boarding pass authentication system


DXB named Airport of the Year at Business Traveller ME Awards


Abu Dhabi International Airport announces new car park services


Passenger terminal at DWC to be expanded to accommodate 26 million passengers by 2017


Dubai airport passenger traffic up 7.2 per cent y/y in March


Abu Dhabi Airports’ GCAS wins prestigious ICAO Award for training


UAE leads the way in airport automation


Sharjah Airport International Free Zone launches upgraded website


Abu Dhabi Airports appoints Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei as Chief Executive


Dubai Airports invests US$ 1.2 billion in facility upgrades for international airlines and passengers


Abu Dhabi International Airport welcomes South African Airways' inaugural flight from Johannesburg


Dubai International Airport world’s busiest A380 hub


Abu Dhabi Airports signs contract for advanced detection equipment at Midfield Terminal


Dubai airports growth projections revised to 126 million passengers by 2020


Plans will make Dubai airport run smoother


Abu Dhabi’s Midfield Terminal to be 65% complete by year-end


DXB starts 2015 in top gear; monthly traffic boosted by Dubai Shopping Festival, holiday season


Charge d'Affaires at UAE Embassy in New Delhi takes part in Sharjah Airport Free Zone promotional campaign


Abu Dhabi Duty Free revenues reach Dh1bn in 2014


RAK Airport eyes up to 30 routes by 2020: CEO


DWC registers record freight volumes in 2014; completes first full year of passenger operations


DXB airfield gets one of world's first LED systems


Dubai World Central unveils Dh120mn supply chain development plan


DXB takes over top spot for international passenger traffic


Dubai ranks number 3 in terms of cargo traffic


UAE airports lead Middle East in smart technology adoption


Abu Dhabi International Airport sees record traffic


Dubai to see 100 million air travellers by 2020


MoI Urges travellers to register for eGates service


Sharjah International passengers numbers up 11.76% in 2014