Company Overview of Dubai International Airport
Dubai International Airport owns and operates an airport in Dubai. It offers private VIP lounges with various amenities; meet and greet services for passengers travelling through various terminals in the airport; executive flight services; a five star hotel that comprises amenities, such as rooms, health clubs equipped with swimming pools, business centers, and restaurants and bars; reservation desks for arranging or booking safaris and city tours; local and international banks, and currency exchange services; and wireless Internet services. The company also operates outlets that retail various product categories; and an information center that provides information related to passenger/cargo...
United Arab Emirates
Founded in 1959
Key Executives for Dubai International Airport
Senior Vice-President of Group Services
Senior Vice-President of Strategy & Development
Senior Vice-President of Airport Solutions
Senior Vice President of Cargo Operations Worldwide
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Dubai International Airport Key Developments
Dubai Airports Invests USD 1.2 Billion in Facility Upgrades for International Airlines and Passengers
Apr 1 15
Dubai Airports confirmed that its USD 1.2 billion (AED 4.3 billion) investment in new and upgraded facilities for the over 110 international airlines that operate from Dubai International's Terminals 1 and 2 will deliver a significantly enhanced customer experience when construction and testing is completed. Concourse D, when it opens later in 2015, will become the new USD 517 million (AED 1.9 billion) home to nearly 100 airlines that currently occupy Concourse C. It will feature 21 contact stands, of which four will be able to accommodate Airbus A380 or Boeing 747 aircraft, and 11 remote stands. Designed around a central atrium, the emphasis in Concourse D is to create a more efficient and intuitive customer experience with short walks to connect passengers with their aircraft. The facility will also feature open gates, which will allow travellers to board directly from the waiting area, giving them more freedom and time to enjoy the full complement of exciting food and beverage outlets. Construction is on track for completion mid-year, paving the way for the full launch of a rigorous trial and testing programme to ensure that every system and process is ready prior to opening. A total of USD 490 million (AED 1.8 billion) is being invested in a major phased refurbishment and modernisation of Terminal 1 and operational areas surrounding it and Concourse D. Upgrades include the improvement to the drop-off and pick-up points in front of the terminal, refurbishment of landside arrivals including new food beverage and retail outlets and the modernisation of the existing check-in and departure hall. A new train station is also being built from where passengers will be transported to Concourse D. The work also includes a reconfigured immigration area and a new airside arrivals route from the new train station. On the northern side of the airport, a further USD 163 million (AED 600 million) has been invested to upgrade Terminal 2 which includes a more spacious check-in area with 48 counters, a newly expanded transfer area and 40 additional immigration counters. In the departures area of Terminal 2, new retail outlets and a broader range of food and beverage options were introduced and the number of gates increased to 12 while in arrivals three additional baggage carousels were added, doubling the numbers to a total of six.
Dubai Airports Partners with Rental Cars
Mar 17 15
Dubai Airports announced that it has partnered with rentalcars.com, to provide passengers with a way to rent a car directly from the Dubai Airports website. The new service — available in English and Arabic — allows customers to browse and select rental options in over 160 countries and 28,000 locations.
Dubai International Airport Resumes Full Operations; Completes the Runway Upgrade Plan
Jul 23 14
Dubai International Airport has announced resuming full operations on July 21, 2014 after an 80-day closure due to overhauling of the northern runway and upgrade work on the southern runway.
With the completion of the runway upgrade plan, as part of the airport's $7.8 billion master-plan for expanding its capacity to accommodate over 103 million passengers by 2020, Dubai International's two newly refurbished runways allow it to accommodate more aircraft and at the same tie improve operational flexibility during busy peak traffic periods.
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