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Old March 31st, 2010, 02:10 PM   #501
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Dubai Duty Free sales up 21% in Q1



Reporter:Elsa Baxter

Dubai Duty Free sales increased 21 percent in the first quarter of 2010, compared to the same period the previous year, official figures reveal.

The retailer said the increase revealed a “return of consumer confidence” following a difficult 2009 amid the global financial crisis.

Sales reached a total of AED1.1bn ($307m) between January and March, the firm said in a statement on Thursday.

"Our year end sales in 2009 showed an increase of 3.76 percent, which we were pleased with. However, 2009 was a difficult year for all retailers and for many it was a time to take stock,” said Colm McLoughlin, Dubai Duty Free managing director.

"From the second half of last year and the first quarter of 2010, we have definitely seen an increase in consumer spending across all categories, including the high-end products."

Perfumes and gold continued to be the top selling items in duty free. Perfume sales reached AED150m ($41.7m), an increase of 23 percent from last year, while gold sales rose 22 percent to AED123m ($34m).

Confectionary sales also grew by 20 percent to AED87m ($24m), and sale of electronic goods grew by 15 percent to AED80m ($22m).

Watch and clock sales also rose by 41 percent, the statement said.

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Old April 4th, 2010, 07:27 AM   #504
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Passenger and Air traffic figure of DXB will be reduce after opening of New AL Makhtum Airport JXB as some of them will be transfered to there.....
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Passenger and Air traffic figure of DXB will be reduce after opening of New AL Makhtum Airport JXB as some of them will be transfered to there.....
Nope

There's not going to be any commercial flights flying form there as of yet and it will only be used for freight.
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Old April 4th, 2010, 11:02 PM   #506
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Are there any plans to open it to passenger traffic after it opens?
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Old April 21st, 2010, 11:01 AM   #507
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How much Dubai Air Traffic to Europe is disrupted after Ireland Volacanic Ereuption ?
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Iceland...not Ireland...lol
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Old April 23rd, 2010, 02:10 PM   #509
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How much Dubai Air Traffic to Europe has been disrupted after the Iceland Volcanic Eruptions ?
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At the height of the havoc caused by the volcanic ash clouds from Iceland, Emirates had a fifth of its fleet grounded and up to 6,000 transit passengers accommodated in hotels across Dubai. Losses were running at $10 million per day.

There is also good news for the more than 2,000 tonnes of cargo, which was held up in Dubai.
http://gulfnews.com/business/aviatio...urope-1.616354

I'm not sure about the whole airport but I only know about this information.
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Old April 27th, 2010, 01:56 PM   #510
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Dubai International Airport posts record traffic

Dubai: Passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport rose 21.8 per cent to reach a record 3,968,672 in March compared to 3,259,072 recorded during the same period last year.

Cargo continued its resurgence in March with volumes increasing 21.9 per cent to 194,100 tonnes compared to 159,301 tonnes recorded in March 2009.

During the first quarter Dubai International passenger traffic grew 20.4 per cent and cargo volumes rose 26.4 per cent.

“Passenger increases in March were due to a worldwide economic recovery, capacity increases by Emirates throughout its network, new routes launched by flydubai along with additional frequencies and routes offered by other airlines operating into Dubai International,” Dubai Airports – the operating company for the airport * said in an e-mailed statement.

“Although passenger numbers grew 21.8 per cent, total aircraft movements rose just 9.6 per cent indicating that load factors and average aircraft size have increased.”

The strongest traffic increases were seen on routes to North America, Russia and CIS and Asia, the latter receiving a boost from Chinese New Year which occurred in March this year.

The highest passenger volumes were generated by traffic to and from India, UK, Iran, Germany and Pakistan.

The 21.9 per cent increase in freight traffic in March was driven by volume increases at Emirates Skycargo, additional traffic generated by new cargo operators and the ongoing recovery of air cargo worldwide as companies continue to replenish inventories around the globe.

Aircraft movements increased 6.4 per cent, indicating higher cargo load factors.

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Ash cloud fails to dent Dubai Airport growth in April



Despite the cancellation of hundreds of flights due to the volcanic ash crisis in Europe, Dubai International Airport still saw passenger figures rise by 13.9 percent during the course of April.

Cargo volumes rose by just under 20 percent.

Year-to-date passenger traffic increased by 18.7 percent, while cargo was up by 26.6 percent.

“To record double-digit growth during a month where over 500 flights were cancelled is impressive,” said Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports.

“It’s testament to the great job airlines did to clear the backlog after the skies opened up. And it’s a clear indication that our confidence in the continued growth at Dubai International is well placed.”

Griffiths added that the strong results meant that the Middle East’s biggest airport was exceeding its targets.

“So far we are outpacing our projections for 13.6 per cent growth during 2010,” he indicated. “And with the addition of a number of new destinations and services in the months ahead we are cementing our status as a leading international hub.”

However, the volcanic ash cloud did leave some anomalies in Dubai’s passenger figures. Traffic to Europe rose by only one percent and Doha temporarily ousted London as the airport’s most popular destination.

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Old June 21st, 2010, 04:52 PM   #512
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Al Maktoum International airport starts flights
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Dubai Airports is paving the way for the opening of Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International for cargo operations on June 27 after the new airport in Jebel Ali passed a series of operational tests conducted during its first "live" flight, sources told Gulf News on Monday.

Emirates Flight EK9883, a Boeing 777 freighter operating the Hong Kong-Dubai route and piloted by Captain Ahmad Bin Huzaim and First Officer Nabil Yousuf Ahmad Mohammad Rai Al Boom, touched down on Sunday afternoon amid cheers from an enthusiastic gathering of stakeholders and dignitaries on hand to observe the historic occasion.

"This is an important milestone, not only for the airport's certification process, but as another step towards achieving Dubai's vision to become the pre-eminent centre for aviation worldwide," Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Dubai Airports, said in a statement.

"It's also a testament to the cooperation and dedication of all of the organisations and stakeholders involved, who have done an impressive job of building and preparing Phase 1 of the facility for launch in a very short time frame," Shaikh Ahmad said.

The first phase of the airport will feature one A380 capable runway, 64 remote stands, one cargo terminal with annual capacity for 250,000 tonnes of cargo and a passenger terminal building designed to accommodate five million passengers per year.

When completed, Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International Airport will be the largest airport in the world with five runways, four terminal buildings and capacity for 160 million passengers and 12 million tonnes of cargo.

The facility opens initially for cargo carriers, with passenger operations currently slated to start up at the end of March 2011.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 06:44 PM   #513
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this airport is amazing...
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Old June 28th, 2010, 09:06 PM   #514
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I read this morning in Al Jazeera that the new terminal is open now to public, can someone confirm that tnx
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Old June 29th, 2010, 06:06 AM   #515
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taxing from Rome FCO to T3, with works of the new A380 Concourse



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Old June 29th, 2010, 11:35 AM   #516
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I read this morning in Al Jazeera that the new terminal is open now to public, can someone confirm that tnx
I think that you are referring to the opening of Phase 1 of Al Maktoum International Airport.

Al Maktoum International airport begins operations

By Nadia Saleem
June 27, 2010

Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International airport was granted operational license this morning by General Civil Aviation Authority of UAE and the first flights have already landed, Dubai Airports’ chief executive told Gulf News.

“We’ve got three airlines in at the moment- Rus Aviation, Aerospace Consortium and European Cargo Services,” Paul Griffiths said.

Operational only at the cargo end, 15 airlines have already signed up at the new airport, with three to four additional in the coming two days.

“Clearly, this is a historic day that marks the first flights to and from what will ultimately become the largest airport in the world,” Griffiths said.

http://gulfnews.com/business/aviatio...tions-1.646783

AME Info: Dubai World Central - Maktoum International opens to flight test

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Old July 4th, 2010, 08:25 AM   #517
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Dubai's ambitions soar with new airport
ADAM SCHRECK, AP Business Writer

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — In the desert beyond the skeletons of villas unfinished because of Dubai's economic slump, the home of the tallest building is preparing to open what could become another record-setter: an airport aiming to become the world's busiest.

Civic boosters envision Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International, set to open Sunday, as one day growing into a mammoth transit hub of five parallel runways that could trump Atlanta's airport for the No. 1 spot. Where camels now graze, they see up to four terminals handling more travelers than the world's No. 2 and 3 airports — Chicago's O'Hare and London's Heathrow — combined.

Big ambitions die hard here. Yet the airport and surrounding development — with a projected price tag of more than $32 billion — are a gamble for a city-state whose soaring aspirations have been eclipsed by its struggle to pay for them.

Dubai has proved skeptics wrong before, growing its current airport from a lowly wind-swept airstrip into one of the world's busiest international transit hubs in a few decades. What is unclear now is whether the sheikdom — one of seven city-states that make up the United Arab Emirates — can attract enough business to justify its appetite for a project of this scale.

"The name of this game is to be able to interconnect traffic from a wide range of regions and commercial centers," said Mike Boyd, an aviation industry consultant. "It's an open question if Dubai is going to be competitive" with other emerging global air hubs, he said.

The new airport, which will grow in stages over the next two decades, was planned well before the economic meltdown revealed serious problems with Dubai's finances. The emirate is still wrestling with more than $100 billion of debt. It has yet to finalize a deal to repay lenders stung by credit problems at its government-owned Dubai World conglomerate. Concerns are also mounting at other state-linked companies.

Much of the debt piled up because of megaprojects that, like the new airport, promised to be the biggest or the best — one-of-a-kind feats designed to make Dubai stand out on the global stage and bring in cash.

Debt load

But as the credit crunch deepened, Dubai's vast network of state-owned companies suddenly found themselves scrambling to pay the bills, spooking global markets with their debt load and inability to pay.

That hasn't derailed the airport plans, even if Dubai's debts remain a key concern for bankers and bondholders.

Officials say it remains a vital piece of infrastructure that will ensure the emirate retains its crown as the region's transportation and logistics hub. Dubai is already home to the region's busiest seaport and airport.

"There's no suggestion of scaling back," Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths said in an interview this week. "The world can now sit back and see that Dubai is really taking the lead in this sector."

Although Dubai's existing airport is among the world's busiest, it operates below capacity. Griffiths argues the new airport is nonetheless needed because the existing one is being bogged down at peak times. That's why construction cranes are hard at work building an additional concourse at the existing airport, Dubai International, even as increased attention falls on the new Al Maktoum International, named for Dubai's ruling family.

"The strategy is to run ahead of time ... rather than wait until things become more constrained," said John Strickland, a consultant who follows the aviation industry. "It's just good fortune they're able to do this. Others will be very envious."

Ultimately, the new airport is designed to handle up to 160 million passengers and 12 million tons of freight each year. Assuming it can drum up enough business, it would eclipse Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest passenger airport.

Annual statistics

Atlanta handled just over 90 million passengers in 2008, according to the most recent annual statistics from the Airports Council International trade group. That's well over double the 37.4 million passengers that passed through the tax-free shopping corridors of Dubai International that year.

Dubai International is growing fast, however. Preliminary figures show passenger numbers shot up 9 percent to 40.9 million in 2009.

Driving much of the traffic is rapidly growing Emirates airline, a state-owned carrier that has emerged profitable and relatively unscathed from Dubai's debt crisis.

It shows no signs of slowing down. Just weeks after Emirates unveiled a whopping $11.5 billion order for 32 more Airbus A380 planes, on top of the 58 it had previously requested, it confirmed plans to order more planes at next month's Farnborough International Airshow. Its recruiters are busy searching for 3,000 new cabin crew and more than 700 pilots as part of the company's growth plan.

The idea is to eventually shift Emirates' operations, and possibly the rest of Dubai International's, to the new airport sometime next decade. For now, Emirates is staying mostly put at its existing base — a strategy analysts say makes sense because it is more efficient.

That leaves Al Maktoum International looking elsewhere for customers. Griffiths, the former boss of London's Gatwick airport, acknowledges it will be years before his new airport really takes off.

Only one runway has been built — part of the $820 million investment Dubai's airport company estimates has been made in the new airport so far. The total project, including vast business and residential complexes nearby, is expected to cost over $32 billion.


Cargo flights

Initially, it will only handle cargo flights, like the Emirates airline Boeing 777 freighter that landed on a test flight last Sunday. The first passenger terminal isn't slated to open until March.

Ten airlines have signed up to operate at the new airport, Griffiths said. But days before the debut, he was unwilling to name one that would be flying there when the doors open Sunday.

"We're not expecting it to be a massive runaway success," he said. "To create such a large facility is going to take some time. It's by nature a fairly long-term ambition." —AP
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This new airport seems to be beyond excessive. The current airport looks amazing and is beyond grand. The only negative is that it seems too flashy and 'loud' which many passengers have complained of. Dubai clearly wants to be the new transit point between the rest of Asia and Europe/America. It will certainly accomplish this at the rate the airports are being so quickly built.
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Old July 26th, 2010, 10:30 AM   #519
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Dubai passenger traffic hits 22.5 million in H1

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Jul 26, 2010



Dubai International notched up a solid first half with Dubai Airports announcing year-to-date (June) passenger traffic of 22,554,445, compared to 19,397,089 in the corresponding period in 2009, an increase of 16.3 per cent. This follows Dubai International’s twelve consecutive months of double-digit growth in passenger traffic from June 2009 to May 2010.

Dubai International handled a total of 3,684,192 passengers in June 2010 compared to 3,361,413 in June 2009, a growth of 9.6 per cent. The average monthly passenger traffic in the first half this year stands at 3.7 million as compared to 3.1 million during the corresponding period in 2009. The year to date daily average passenger throughput at Dubai International has reached 123,000.

Cargo continued its upward trend throughout the first half ending with a year to date movement of 1,101,856 tonnes of freight compared to 874,828 tonnes during the same period in 2009, an increase of 26 per cent.

International handled a total of 184,576 tonnes of cargo in June 2010, up 21.2 per cent compared to 152,258 tonnes in June 2009. It marks the ninth consecutive month of double digit growth in cargo tonnage at Dubai International after a sharp upturn in freight began with the start of the final quarter of 2009.

Commenting on the report, Paul Griffiths, CEO, Dubai Airports, noted that the growth in passenger traffic and cargo volumes is a sign of improving economic situation around the world. “As the numbers clearly suggest, many major airports around the world are starting to display positive growth following an almost year-long spell of double-digit decrease in traffic. Dubai International was the only airport among the major international hubs recording positive growth throughout this period. As the global economic situation continues to improve further, our performance will only grow stronger,” he said.

Griffiths said that in the first half of 2010 over 145 weekly flights were launched to over 21 destinations across Asia, Europe and Africa by different passenger carriers, including Emirates and flydubai. Dubai International currently serves 130 airlines flying to over 220 destinations across six continents.

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UAE airports register record passenger growth

Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports cross four-million and one-million milestones, respectively

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Dubai International handled a total of 4.308m passengers in July compared to 3.769m in July 2009, a year-on-year increase of 14.3 per cent

The UAE airports touched new highs in the month of July as both Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports crossed four-million and one-million milestones, respectively, in terms of passenger traffic growth.

Dubai International handled a total of 4.308 million passengers in July compared to 3.769 million in July 2009, a year-on-year increase of 14.3 per cent. The year-to-date traffic reached 26.862 million, up 16 per cent compared to 23.166 million in the corresponding period in 2009. The closest the airport has previously come to the four million mark was in March 2010 when the monthly traffic reached 3.969 million, a press statement said on Tuesday.

The largest regional traffic growth in July was recorded in Eastern Europe (up 219 per cent), Asia (up 34 per cent) and Russia & CIS (up 29 per cent). The highest passenger volumes were recorded in the Western European sector, the Gulf and the Indian Subcontinent driven by capacity increases and new routes launched by Emirates to Tokyo, Amsterdam, Prague and Madrid.

Continuing its upward trend, Dubai International reported its tenth consecutive month of double-digit cargo traffic growth as the airport handled 197,845 tonnes of freight compared to 160,289 tonnes during the same period in 2009, an increase of 23.5 per cent. Year-to-date Dubai International has handled a total of 1,299,701 tonnes of cargo, up 25.5 per cent compared to 1,035,118 tonnes during the same period last year.

“This is an important milestone that reflects the consistent growth we have seen over the past years. Compared to July 2009 Dubai International handled over half a million more passengers and we surpassed the highest ever monthly traffic total by over 300,000 passengers,” said Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports.

“As we are experiencing such high levels of growth consistently, we will be extending our ‘Summer Mission’ programme, which we have been operating for three years now, and deploying additional service personnel across the airport to make sure that our service remains at a world class level,” said Griffiths.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (Adac) on Tuesday announced that more than one million passengers travelled through the Abu Dhabi International Airport for the first time in its history in any single month.

A total of 1,008,228 passengers travelled through the airport last month, an increase of 9.2 per cent compared to the same month last year.

Aircraft movements increased by 10.1 per cent, while cargo traffic increased by 12.3 per cent, with a total of 36,755 tons transported through the airport.

Ahmed Al Haddabi, Senior Vice President Airports Operations at Adac, said: "In July, we have celebrated our busiest month to date at Abu Dhabi International Airport, and we look forward to celebrating many more milestones. The traffic growth is a reflection of the interest Abu Dhabi is attracting from international markets and its strength as a connecting hub between the East and the West, as last month, the airport recorded a significant passenger traffic increase in three major routes: the USA, which grew by 110 per cent, the Philippines, up by 47.8 per cent, and Germany, with a 19 per cent increase."

The traffic report revealed the top five city destinations for the month of July to be London, Bangkok, Cairo, Manila, and Doha, together accounting for 19.1 per cent of all traffic at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

The July results indicates that North America was the region witnessing the largest growth as passengers traffic grew by 76 per cent in July, followed by Southern Africa with a 27 per cent increase, and Europe in third place, up by 15 per cent compared to the same month in 2009.

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