Airport Show Dubai, the world’s largest annual airport industry B2B platform, has been rescheduled. The show was originally slated to take place in June, however, the organisers have announced that now it will take place from October 26-28 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, DWTC.
Innovative technologies and products are providing a wider degree of agility and flexibility for the airports as the number of passengers are gradually increasing and they prefer completion of their baggage handling operations outside the airports.
Dubai Airports is working closely with airlines, control authorities, and commercial and service partners to ensure a smooth airport experience for arriving and departing passengers. The operator has urged travellers to follow a few simple tips to beat the holiday rush:
Dubai International (DXB) continues to be the world’s busiest airport by international passenger numbers for the eighth consecutive year after clocking 29.1 million in annual traffic in 2021. DXB’s annual traffic exceeded forecasts
Victorya Matevossian disclosed that Dubai is one of the safest destinations for travellers in world, adding that around 70% of Armenian tourists have travelled to the ‘City of Wonders’ during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dubai Air Navigation Services (dans), the provider of air navigation services and air traffic control for Dubai and the Northern Emirates, and Sharjah’s Department of Civil Aviation
Emirates’ lounge for unaccompanied minors is open 24/7, and the newly upgraded facility offers fun video games, drinks and snacks, comfortable seating areas, free Wi-Fi, and washrooms designed for kids.
DXB welcomed 29,110,609 passengers for the 2021, a year-on year-growth of 12.7 per cent. December was the busiest month of the year with 4.5 million passengers.
The northern runway at Dubai International Airport will undergo a comprehensive development process over 45 days in order to provide the highest standards of safety, enhance services and operational capacity to receive tens of millions of passengers through the airport during the year.
With the Eid travel rush just around the corner, the teams at Emirates are preparing to welcome more than 700,000 customers in Terminal 3 at DXB this holiday period. The busy travel period is expected to start on April 29.