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Dubai International (DXB)

Dubai International is now one of the busiest international airports in the world
Since it opened in 1960, passenger numbers have grown at an annual average growth rate of more than 13%. We now serve more than 88.2 million customers annually, connecting more than 240 destinations across six continents ….
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Dubai World Central (DWC)

Dubai’s airport of the future is now a reality.
Built south of the city, close to the fast growing areas of “new Dubai”, DWC lies at the heart of an entire airport city. The airport opened on June 27, 2010 for cargo operations followed by passenger flights in October 2013….
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Latest news


HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed inaugurates Dubai Airports' Airpo...

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Airports, inaugurated the Airport Operations Control Centre (AOCC), the nerve centre of Dubai International (DXB) – the world’s busiest international airport with 86.4 million international passengers in 2019. The state-of-the-art facility enables a collaborative approach to managing airport operations by providing information and analyses based on data collated from more than 50 systems fed by 7 billion data points. The AOCC allows operator Dubai Airports, government agencies, airlines and other service partners to monitor every aspect of the operation in real time as well as predict developing situations to respond to them more efficiently. Harnessing big data has helped Dubai Airports deliver a smooth experience to some 240,000 passengers daily and achieve breakthrough service improvements including 40% reduction in queue time since 2018 and a record 99.96% baggage delivery success rate in 2019.

AOCC opening

DXB welcomes Indigo's direct daily from Kolkata

DXB customers travelling between Dubai and Kolkata – India’s cultural capital and the political capital of the Indian state of West Bengal, now have more choice following the launch of daily direct services by Indian low-cost carrier Indigo. Indigo launched the new service on Airbus 320 arriving at DXB's Terminal 1 on Sunday (February 16) noon. India is DXB's single largest destination country in terms of contribution to traffic with nearly 12 million passengers in 2019. A total of 8 airlines operate 554 flights every week from DXB to 21 destinations across India.

Dubai Airports’ Statement

To be attributed to a Dubai Airports spokesperson:

Dubai Airports can confirm:
  • Based on the directives received from the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA)
    • All flights to and from the Islamic Republic of Iran, with the exception of Tehran, have been suspended until further notice. All passengers arriving on direct flights from Tehran will receive thermal screening at the airport by Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and its Airport Medical Centre team. Customers affected by the suspension are urged to contact their airlines directly for details on rebooking.
  • The Kingdom of Bahrain has suspended all scheduled passenger flights to and from Dubai until further notice. Affected passengers are advised to check with their respective airlines for more details.

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