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Dubai Airport

Dubai International Airport is the seat and hub of Emirates, Dubais international airline. It is a about 5 km south-east of the city. [More]


Airport Name Dubai
City Dubai
Country United Arab Emirates
Tel. +971 4 224-5555 (Dubai Airports Operator)
Website www.dubaiairports.ae/
Timezone Asia/Dubai
Terminals 1,2,3
Address Dubai Interanational Airport, P.O Box 2525 Dubai, UAE
Runway Name Length Width
12R/30L 4,447 m 45 m
12L/30R 4,351 m 60 m

More information about Dubai Airport

With a total of 24.7 million passengers and 217,165 flight operations, Dubai airport is the most significant airport in the Middle East. As far as the volume of cargo is concerned, with 1,300,000 tonnes, the airport is at place 18 worldwide. Now more than 100 airlines fly to over 150 destinations. Dubai may in the future possibly replace London, Paris and Frankfurt airports as the hub for cargo transport between America and Asia.

The airline Emirates has its hub at Dubai airport and operates frequent flights to European airports. The airline serves several destinations in the UK, including: Birmingham, Glasgow, London-Gatwick, London-Heathrow, Newcastle and Manchester. Other airlines with flights from Dubai to the UK are Virgin Atlantic Airways (London-Heathrow), British Airways (London-Heathrow), and Aer Lingus (Dublin). There are connections to over 80 airports worldwide from Dubai.

Since 2002, three further terminals are under construction to supplement the Sheikh-Rashid-Terminal, which was opened in 2000. This means that at the beginning of 2007 the airport had a total capacity for over 70 million passengers per year. At a distance of only 40 km from Dubai International airport, the largest airport of the world is currently under construction: Dubai World Central International Airport. Despite its size it is not intended to replace, but merely to complement, Dubai International Airport.