Dubai Airport– Dubai the commercial capital of the United Arab Emirates, has become one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport has topped the list for five consecutive years.
Dubai Airport news
The UAE has reached new heights as Dubai Airport has become one of the busiest airports in the world due to the influx of international passengers. For 5 years it has held the record as the busiest airport in the world. Through this, the contribution of the aviation sector to the country’s economy is gradually increasing.
In 2014, Dubai surpassed London’s Heathrow Airport to become the busiest airport in the world. Paul Griffith, CEO of Dubai Airport said: “The expansion of a section of Dubai World Central ended last year. As a result, it now has the capacity to carry an average of 26 million passengers per year.
“About 1 trillion dirhams has been invested in the sector,” said Sultan bin Saeed Mansoori, the UAE’s finance minister and chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority.
‘We expect 20% of the country’s GDP to come from this sector which was 15% earlier. He was speaking at the opening of the Global Investment Conference on Civil Aviation in Dubai.
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khaleejtimes news about Dubai airport
According to the influential English daily The Khaleej Times in the UAE, in 2018, there were more Indian passengers at the airport. The number of Indian passengers was 12 million. There were also a lot of passengers from Cochin, Delhi, Mumbai in India. Most of them came as visitors. Saudi Arabia was in second place with 6.47 million passengers. As followed by the United Kingdom with 6.28 million, the United States with 3.2 million, China with 3.5 million and Russia with 1.53 million.
As Airport is known as the busiest airport in the world, it is also not lagging behind in terms of customer satisfaction. Passengers arriving at the airport are more satisfied with long-term immigration…Food at the airport, including beverages, at a relatively affordable price from the duty free market.