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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - AIRPORTS

Runway refurbishment to take Dubai airport’s growth notches up: DCAA

Posted on 17/08/2014

The refurbishment of two runways at the Dubai International Airport has been carried out with minimal disruptions in flight operations due to a "well-planned" execution of the "complicated" project within the 80-day schedule with all the stakeholders working together with a one-team spirit. H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) and Dubai Air Navigation Services (DANS), had formed a committee comprising of all concerned departments and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi airport reports 20% increase in passenger traffic in H1 2014

Posted on 14/08/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports yesterday announced a 19.4 percent increase in passenger traffic at Abu Dhabi International Airport during the first half of 2014 (1st January to 30th June), as compared to the first 6 months of 2013. The airport's latest passenger statistics show that in the first half of 2014, a total of 9,481,744 passengers passed through Abu Dhabi International Airport, compared with 7,941,922 during the equivalent period in 2013. The number of aircraft movements rose to 73,862, ...  >>MORE

Passenger and freight growth spike at DWC in second quarter

Posted on 08/08/2014

Passenger and cargo traffic at Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC) registered a major surge in the second quarter of 2014 following the temporary shift of an estimated 600 flights per week from Dubai International during a major runway upgrade project. The runway upgrade project concluded on July 20. Between April and June, DWC recorded 475,992 passengers, a sharp rise from 102,137 passengers that used the facility in the first quarter this year, Dubai Airports said in a ...  >>MORE

Dubai Int'l voted best airport in Mideast, Europe & Africa

Posted on 01/08/2014

Dubai International has been named ‘Best Airport in Middle East, Europe and Africa' by the readers of ‘Frequent Business Traveller', a popular online publication written for and by frequent international travellers. 

The awards honour the world's top hotel groups, airlines, airports, travel websites, and other sectors of the travel and hospitality industries for a total of 26 categories.

Anita Mehra, VP of Marketing & Corporate Communications at Dubai Airports, said, ...  >>MORE

Eid week to be ‘busiest to date’ for U.A.E. airports

Posted on 29/07/2014

An influx of passengers is expected at U.A.E. airports over the Eid break, with a core of travellers from within the GCC supplemented by others flying further afield. "The U.A.E. widely enjoys international stature as a go-to place for retail and other shopping activities, and Eid Al Fitr provides a great gateway for GCC and international travellers to come and spend money,” said Saj Ahmad, the chief analyst at StrategicAero Research. "It's likely that there will be a very sharp spike in ...  >>MORE

Dubai International Airport on track to be the world’s busiest by early 2015

Posted on 27/07/2014

Heathrow beat Dubai International to retain its position as the world's biggest airport for international traffic in the first half of this year. But Heathrow bested Dubai by fewer than 3,000 passengers per day – equivalent to just 12 flights – while the figures suggest that Dubai International is on track to become the world's busiest international airport by early next year, if not sooner. "It can be expected Dubai will power ahead, having earned the right to the title of world's leading ...  >>MORE

Dubai International passenger numbers up 6.2% during H1

Posted on 25/07/2014

Passenger traffic at Dubai International rose to 34,676,090 during the first half of 2014, up 6.2% from the same period last year despite a runway refurbishment programme that reduced the airport to a one-runway operation and cut flights by over 26% during May and June. Dubai Airports yesterday also released traffic results for June which showed a total of 5,067,726 passengers passed through Dubai International, the 18th consecutive month of more than 5 million passengers, down 8.5% from the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport boosts services for the summer season

Posted on 22/07/2014

Abu Dhabi International Airport has geared up for a huge spike in passenger numbers during the summer season through providing a series of facility developments and service upgrades. The Abu Dhabi Airports company has said that a range of recently completed ground improvements and new services at the capital's main air gateway are expected to offer a smooth and enjoyable passage through main passenger terminals at the airport. The number of travellers to the city are set to soar to record ...  >>MORE

Dubai International on track to reopen runway on July 21

Posted on 18/07/2014

Dubai International's northern runway is undergoing certification by the General Civil Aviation Authority as the final step to its reopening and returning the airport to full capacity on July 21, ending an 80-day runway refurbishment and upgrade programme. Both of the airport's runways were closed consecutively from May 1 for refurbishment. The project involved the resurfacing of the entire 4,000-metre long northern runway as well as the upgrading of runway lighting and construction of ...  >>MORE

Emirates Group Security gets international accreditation

Posted on 11/06/2014

Emirates Group Security has become the first aviation and airline security organisation in the region to be awarded with the TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association) Air Cargo Security Standard (TACSS) certifications for its cargo facilities. TACSS is a new TAPA certification program which consolidates security solutions for air cargo, including best known methods from industry and government compliance programs. The TACSS process assesses threats such as theft and use of cargo for ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s Dh10.8bn Midfield Terminal ‘on schedule and within budget’

Posted on 11/06/2014

Abu Dhabi International's Midfield Terminal Building (MTB) will have 35 per cent of the buildings steel structure completed by the end of the month, stated Abu Dhabi Airports top executive. In an email to Gulf News, Ali Majed Al Mansouri, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports said that the Dh10.8 billion project "is absolutely on schedule and within budget.” MTB, which will be used by Etihad Airways and its partner airlines, will be between 630,000 square metres and 702,369 square metres, according ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport posts 22.5% increase in passenger traffic in April 2014

Posted on 08/06/2014

The passenger traffic and aircraft movements both have witnessed an increased at the Abu Dhabi International Airport in the month of April, 2014. The passenger traffic rose to 22.5% in that month as compared to the same period last year, according to the latest figures. The airport s passenger statistics showed that 1,620,324 passengers used the airport during the month, growing from 1,515,407 during the same month a year ago. Aircraft movements increased to 12,420 in April 2014, recording ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs to allow duty-free goods for people with disabilities

Posted on 29/05/2014

Dubai Customs has announced that it will allow the duty-free import of a range of items for people with disabilities, under the terms of the Cabinet decision in implementation of the initiative of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The decision is aimed at easing the burdens that fall on their shoulders, based on the decision of the Cabinet. Dubai Customs said that it will allow the duty-free importation of eight types of ...  >>MORE

Ajman builds new airport and two ports

Posted on 27/05/2014

Ajman is allocating 40% of its 2014 budget to increase work on new development, economic and social projects, that aim to boost tourism in the emirate. In an exclusive interview with Al Khaleej, an Arabic daily newspaper, H.H. Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman, said that the plan is part of Ajman's 2021 strategy, which expects a greater influx of tourists in the emirate in the future. The plans follow a directive from President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al ...  >>MORE

New passenger transfer facility opened at Terminal 3

Posted on 22/05/2014

Abu Dhabi International Airport yesterday announced the opening of a transfer passenger screening facility at Terminal 3 as part of its continued Capacity Enhancement Program (CEP). The program, which was launched in 2010, is gradually increasing the passenger handling capability at Abu Dhabi International Airport reaching an increase in the throughput potential of the airport from the current 16 million to over 18 million passengers per annum. The new facility includes 16 new X-ray machines ...  >>MORE

14th Airport Show open doors to 250 aviation industry exhibitors from 39 countries

Posted on 12/05/2014

The 14th edition of Airport Show has open its doors to the aviation industry professionals at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) on Sunday after H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Emirates Group, formally opened the world's top-league B2B event featuring 250 exhibitors from 39 countries. Accompanied by senior officials of regional airports and civil aviation authorities, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed cut ...  >>MORE

Sharjah International Airport set to take off with new runway opening

Posted on 12/05/2014

Expecting to see 25 million passengers by 2025, Sharjah International Airport, the first in the UAE that opened in 1932, is set to operate a new capacious runway alongside the old one by September this year. A senior official said the new airstrip is to suffice the future needs of the third-biggest airport in the UAE, particularly for large and new-generation Code-F aircraft such as the A380, apart from the expected 14 million passengers in 2017, and the already-one million tonnes of shipment ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports issues revolutionary duty free RFP for Midfield Terminal building

Posted on 07/05/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports issued yesterday one of the most revolutionised RFPs ever designed following a briefing to potential duty free operators at the eagerly awaited Midfield Terminal Building (MTB). All interested bidders, comprising the best duty free concessionaires in the world, have received a mandatory detailed presentation on the scope and specifications of the duty free area and the different retail packages that will be available. They were also given an explanation of the scoring ...  >>MORE

Dubai International named Best Airport in Middle East

Posted on 07/05/2014

Dubai International was named Best Airport in the Middle East at the Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2014 earlier this week, taking the award for an incredible eighth year. The awards, which were held at the Waldorf Astoria, Dubai Palm Jumeirah, are based on feedback from frequent flyers, many of whom regularly fly through Dubai International. "That we continue to secure this prestigious award is testament to the fact that we at Dubai Airports are able to consistently provide the great ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia starts operations from RAK International Airport

Posted on 07/05/2014

Air Arabia yesterday marked the start of operations from Ras Al Khaimah, with an official ceremony attended by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras al-Khaimah, Eng. Sheikh Salem Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairman, Department of Civil Aviation (DCA), Ras Al Khaimah, and Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammad Al Thani, Chairman of Air Arabia. The official ceremony, which was also attended by Royals, senior officials from Ras Al Khaimah, trade community and press marked the ...  >>MORE

JAFZA, DWC to be linked

Posted on 06/05/2014

Dubai World Central (DWC), home to Dubai's second airport and the Dubai Expo 2020 site, will establish a formal link with Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA) that will flow of trade between the two entities, said a senior aviation official on Monday. Khalifa Al Zafein, Executive Chairman of Dubai Aviation City Corporation, said DWC is establishing a common IT and business platform with JAFZA. "We are located very close to Jebel Ali Port, which is the ninth largest container terminal in the world, and ...  >>MORE

Al Maktoum Airport posts record passenger and freight growth in Q1

Posted on 01/05/2014

Passenger and freight volumes at Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC) continued to grow strongly in the first quarter of 2014 as more airlines started operations at Dubai's second airport. Since the opening of the new passenger terminal last October, passenger volumes at DWC have continued to gain momentum, with 102,137 passengers passing through the airport in the first three months of the year. Last month, Qatar Airways joined Wizz Air, Al Jazeera Airways and Gulf Air, ...  >>MORE

More than 6.2 million passengers pass through Dubai International in March 2014

Posted on 29/04/2014

More than 6 million passengers passed through Dubai International in March 2014, driven by the expanding networks of Emirates airline and flydubai, according to the latest traffic statistics issued by operator Dubai Airports. This is the third time in four months the airport has recorded monthly traffic of more than 6 million passengers. Passenger traffic reached 6,285,868 in March 2014, up 7.5 per cent from the 5,846,297 achieved in the same month last year. In the first three months of the ...  >>MORE

Airlines to make switch to DWC this week

Posted on 29/04/2014

A number of airlines will switch operations to Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central, starting on Thursday, as the runway closure at Dubai International gets underway. Dubai International, which has handled 18.3 million passengers in the first quarter, will undergo extensive runway maintenance work from May 1 until July 20. The planned work will see a phased refurbishment and upgrade to both the northern and southern runways. The biggest name to land at Al Maktoum International will ...  >>MORE

12 flights were diverted to Al Ain, Al Bateen and Al Maktoum airports yesterday due to heavy fog: COO of AD Airports

Posted on 28/04/2014

In the early hours of Sunday 27th of April 2014, the emirate of Abu Dhabi witnessed heavy fog, which had a minor impact on aircraft movement at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Ahmad Al Haddabi, Chief Operations Officer at Abu Dhabi Airports, has said yesterday. In total he said in a statement, 12 flights were diverted to Al Ain, Al Bateen and Al Maktoum airports, in line with national and international regulations on low visibility operations, and in coordination with Sheikh Zayed Air ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports receives approval on three projects supporting master plan for development of Abu Dhabi Int'l Airport

Posted on 27/04/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports, a public joint-stock company wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Government, yesterday has received approval from the Government of Abu Dhabi on three projects that further support the master plan for the development of Abu Dhabi International Airports' overall infrastructure program. In line with the current construction of the Midfield Terminal Building (MTB) set to open in July 2017, the three projects are essential to increase the current and future capacity of the ...  >>MORE

Record summer flight schedule takes off at Abu Dhabi International Airport with 190 extra weekly flights

Posted on 24/04/2014

Six new destinations and 71 extra flights a week to India are the highlights of Abu Dhabi International Airport's summer 2014 flying schedule for air travellers, the busiest in its history. The number of weekly flights available for business travellers and holiday makers has increased by 18% compared to last summer, from 1,052 to 1,242. New routes to be served this summer include non-stop flights from Abu Dhabi to Los Angeles in the U.S.A., Zurich in Switzerland, Belgrade in Serbia, Perth in ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport posts 15.1% increase in passenger traffic

Posted on 22/04/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports has reported a 15.1% increase in passenger traffic during the first quarter of 2014 at Abu Dhabi International Airport, compared to Q1 2013. The airport's passenger statistics showed that in the first quarter of 2014, a total of 4,560,169 passengers used Abu Dhabi International Airport, a 15.1% increase over Q1 2013 (3,963,458 passengers). Aircraft movements rose to 35,844 in Q1 2014, representing 11.8% growth compared with 32,062 movements logged in Q1 2013. Cargo ...  >>MORE

Sharjah International Airport passenger traffic up 8% in Q1

Posted on 21/04/2014

Sharjah International Airport has reported 8% increase in passenger traffic in the first quarter of the year, Sharjah Airport Authority announced yesterday. The airport's passenger statistics showed that 2.25 million passengers used the airport from January to March 2014, growing from 2.08 million during the same period a year ago. Aircraft movements increased to 16,373 while 51,045 and cargo activity handling rose to 51,045 tones. Ali Salem Al Madfa, Chairman of Sharjah Airport Authority, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Duty Free’s double win at DFNI global awards

Posted on 18/04/2014

Dubai Duty Free made a double appearance on the stage at the Duty Free News International (DFNI) Global Awards for Travel Retail Excellence held in London recently, when the operation was announced the winner in two categories: "Best Airport Travel Retailer of the Year” and "Best New Shop Opening”. Dubai Duty Free, which announced a 10 per cent increase in first quarter sales, beat stiff competition to emerge as winner in the DFNI online survey within the two categories. The latter was ...  >>MORE

Eight airlines to be relocated to Al Maktoum airport

Posted on 14/04/2014

More than 300 flights a week are expected to depart from Al Maktoum International during runway refurbishment, according to Dubai Airports. The 80-day runway upgrade of Dubai International Airport will reduce the number of flights by 26 per cent and eight airlines will be relocated to Al Maktoum International Airport, the airport operator confirmed on Sunday. All Emirates flights will continue to operate out of Dubai International but its sibling flydubai will relocate 25 destinations to ...  >>MORE

More than 300 flights at Dubai's Al Maktoum airport from May 1

Posted on 11/04/2014

More than 300 flights per week are expected to be relocated to Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central (DWC) in Jebel Ali during the 80-day runway refurbishment of Dubai International Airport starting May 1, 2014. Dubai Airports said DWC will also serve as an alternate airport should any flight be diverted due to bad weather or any other delays at Dubai International (DXB). So far, 17 airlines including flydubai, have confirmed their intent to temporarily relocate their ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airport becomes leading transportation hub in Asia

Posted on 06/04/2014

The best airport marketing team in Asia is in Abu Dhabi, according to a panel of aviation experts. Abu Dhabi International Airport won the prized accolade at the annual ‘Routes Asia Marketing Awards' held in Kuching, Malaysia. The UAE's capital city airport also won the top marketing award for the best airport in the continent that handles between four and 20 million passengers a year. The awards were presented at a gala celebration hosted by the Tourism Minister for Sarawak and attended ...  >>MORE

Dubai International takes top spot over London Heathrow

Posted on 04/04/2014

Dubai International overtook London Heathrow as the world's busiest airport for international passenger traffic just two months into the year. Almost two million more international passengers travelled through Dubai International than London Heathrow up until February. According to available data, passenger traffic rose 13.5 per cent to 12,075,552 passengers at Dubai International as of the end of February. In comparison, London Heathrow saw a 2.5 per cent jump to 10,282,300 passengers. The ...  >>MORE

Dubai Duty Free sales rise 10% in first quarter

Posted on 03/04/2014

Dubai Duty Free announced first quarter sales of Dh1.75 billion (US$479.5 million) representing a 10 per cent increase over the same period last year and signalling a positive year ahead for the airport retailer. Sales across all three terminals showed an upward trend, including an impressive 23 per cent increase in Terminal 2 and an 11 per cent increase in sales in Terminal 3. Perfume, liquor and gold held on to the top three spots category-wise in the first quarter of the year. Perfume ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport posts 15.6% increase in February 2014 passenger traffic

Posted on 01/04/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports has reported a 15.6% increase in passenger traffic during February 2014 at Abu Dhabi International Airport, as compared to February 2013. The airport's passenger statistics showed that 1,411,881 passengers used the airport during the month, growing from 1,221,686 during the same month a year ago. Aircraft movements increased to 11,174 in February 2014, recording 12.2% growth when compared with 9,960 movements logged in February 2013. Cargo activity handling rose to 56,902 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi International Airport named ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’

Posted on 28/03/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports on Thursday announced that Abu Dhabi International Airport has been named the ‘Best Airport in the Middle East' by The World Airport Awards of Skytrax, for the third consecutive year, reaffirming Abu Dhabi's position as a world leading aviation hub. Abu Dhabi International Airport also took home the award for ‘Best Staff Service in the Middle East' for the second time, having previously scooped this award in 2011. Ali Majed Al Mansoori, chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports, ...  >>MORE

Dubai airport traffic up 11.7% to 5.67 million in February

Posted on 26/03/2014

Double-digit passenger traffic growth continued at Dubai International for the seventh consecutive month during February 2014, according to the latest traffic statistics issued by operator Dubai Airports. Passenger traffic reached 5.67 million in February 2014, up 11.7 per cent from 5.08 million recorded during the same month in 2013. Traffic was boosted by network expansion primarily from home carriers flydubai and Emirates Airline. Year-to-date passenger traffic rose 13.5 per cent to 12.07 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi ‘green’ terminal to handle 30m passengers

Posted on 25/03/2014

The 30 million passengers a year estimated to pass through the new Midfield Terminal Building (MTB) at Abu Dhabi Airports from 2017 will be impressed by its green features, an official said. The Dh10.8 billion building will be the highest green rated building in the GCC with many eco-friendly features, Tony Douglas, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Abu Dhabi Airports, said on Monday. He was talking at a symposium on sustainable critical infrastructure, organised by the Masdar Institute and ...  >>MORE

Dubai International wins Airport of the Year at ATN Awards

Posted on 18/03/2014

Dubai International has been named Airport of the Year at the Air Transport News Awards 2014, which was recently held in Istanbul, Turkey. Organised by Air Transport News, a popular aviation publication, the awards are the only international prizes that award all the main categories of the air transport industry. The award consists of a 24K gold-plated olive tree wreath inspired by the prize given to Olympic Games winners in Ancient Greece. Dubai International won the Award based on votes from ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Airports signs fuel services agreement with ADNOC Distribution

Posted on 13/03/2014

Abu Dhabi Airports yesterday signed an agreement with ADNOC Distribution to support Abu Dhabi International Airport's (AUH) growth beyond the opening of the Midfield Terminal and well into the future. The fuel services agreement will secure the provision of fuel related services at 3 of its airports - Abu Dhabi International, Al Ain International and Al Bateen Executive for the next 20 years. In line with the development of the Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC), both Abu Dhabi Airports and ...  >>MORE

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Runway refurbishment to take Dubai airport’s growth notches up: DCAA


Abu Dhabi airport reports 20% increase in passenger traffic in H1 2014


Passenger and freight growth spike at DWC in second quarter


Dubai Int'l voted best airport in Mideast, Europe & Africa


Eid week to be ‘busiest to date’ for U.A.E. airports


Dubai International Airport on track to be the world’s busiest by early 2015


Dubai International passenger numbers up 6.2% during H1


Abu Dhabi International Airport boosts services for the summer season


Dubai International on track to reopen runway on July 21


Emirates Group Security gets international accreditation


Abu Dhabi’s Dh10.8bn Midfield Terminal ‘on schedule and within budget’


Abu Dhabi International Airport posts 22.5% increase in passenger traffic in April 2014


Dubai Customs to allow duty-free goods for people with disabilities


Ajman builds new airport and two ports


New passenger transfer facility opened at Terminal 3


14th Airport Show open doors to 250 aviation industry exhibitors from 39 countries


Sharjah International Airport set to take off with new runway opening


Abu Dhabi Airports issues revolutionary duty free RFP for Midfield Terminal building


Dubai International named Best Airport in Middle East


Air Arabia starts operations from RAK International Airport


JAFZA, DWC to be linked


Al Maktoum Airport posts record passenger and freight growth in Q1


More than 6.2 million passengers pass through Dubai International in March 2014


Airlines to make switch to DWC this week


12 flights were diverted to Al Ain, Al Bateen and Al Maktoum airports yesterday due to heavy fog: COO of AD Airports


Abu Dhabi Airports receives approval on three projects supporting master plan for development of Abu Dhabi Int'l Airport


Record summer flight schedule takes off at Abu Dhabi International Airport with 190 extra weekly flights


Abu Dhabi International Airport posts 15.1% increase in passenger traffic


Sharjah International Airport passenger traffic up 8% in Q1


Dubai Duty Free’s double win at DFNI global awards


Eight airlines to be relocated to Al Maktoum airport


More than 300 flights at Dubai's Al Maktoum airport from May 1


Abu Dhabi Airport becomes leading transportation hub in Asia


Dubai International takes top spot over London Heathrow


Dubai Duty Free sales rise 10% in first quarter


Abu Dhabi International Airport posts 15.6% increase in February 2014 passenger traffic


Abu Dhabi International Airport named ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’


Dubai airport traffic up 11.7% to 5.67 million in February


Abu Dhabi ‘green’ terminal to handle 30m passengers


Dubai International wins Airport of the Year at ATN Awards


Abu Dhabi Airports signs fuel services agreement with ADNOC Distribution