Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport will remove all uses of single-use plastics following the original pledge in June 2019.
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Despite passenger numbers increasing over 140 per cent, cargo through DWC has declined by 5.3 per cent.
Comparable to 53,617 tree seedlings grown for 10 years, this new sustainable scheme will significantly help reduce DXB's carbon emissions.
With the ability to measure operational efficiency, realtimeDXB provides enhanced decision-support tools to improve operations and manage disruption more effectively.
As the war on plastics rages on, Dubai Airports plans to do more, with single-use plastics banned in both DXB and DWC from next year.
There will be a free bus service deployed for travelling between the Dubai Airports while the maintenance work takes place on the runway at DXB.
The upgrade was installed in a partnership between Dubai Airports, Samsung Electronics and AirportLabs.
With just short of 90 million passengers flying through Dubai International in 2017, the airport is firmly in place as one of the 20 busiest airports in the world. But in 2019 it will close up one of its runways for almost 45 days for a comprehensive upgrade.
Dubai Airports' new facility is expected to provide a stable and reliable environment for Dubai Airports to host its private cloud.
The biggest airport in the Middle East has announced the installation of 20 more smart gates that can process arriving passengers within 15 seconds.
Travellers want smart solutions to help them navigate terminals, and airports want technology to ensure travellers have a safe experience. This In-Depth Focus looks at airport-to-passenger engagement using apps, the use of biometric technologies, and the SESAR2020 'Total Airport Management' project...
7 April 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Dubai Airports has announced a US$ 1.2 billion facility upgrade at Dubai International’s Terminals 1 and 2 for both international airlines and passengers.
14 October 2014 | By Lorne Riley, Dubai Airport
Lorne Riley outlines Dubai Airports' ambitious expansion programme which, when complete, will see Dubai International and Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International Airport’s joint capacity reach in excess of 200 million passengers per year.
14 April 2014 | By Dubai Airports
Dubai Airports confirmed that all systems are go for a comprehensive runway upgrade project set to be launched at Dubai International...
25 March 2014 | By Dubai Airports
Double-digit passenger traffic growth continued at Dubai International for the seventh consecutive month during February...