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10/4/2014 - Dubai International airport to relocate flights to alternative airport from 1st May With more than 300 flights a week likely to be relocated to Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central (DWC) in Jebel Ali, the airport will serve as an alternate airport in case of any flight diversion or delay during the 80-day runway refurbishment of Dubai International Airport beginning 1st May 2014.
10/3/2014 - Emirates will launch flights to Boston from Monday, which will be the eighth US destination by the Dubai-based carrier.
24/2/2014 - Dubai has suggested increasing seat capacity by 20 percent to Indian aviation authorities, after local carriers exhausted their quotas.
30/1/2014 - District One project located in the massive Mohammad Bin Rashid City was unveiled yesterday by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
24/10/2013 - Emirates Airline is hiring aggressively and will soon host open days for jobseekers across several cities in Europe and within MENA region.
12/9/2013 - The current expansion at the Dubai International Airport will make it the worlds busiest airport by the year 2014, said Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the Chairman of Emirates Airline.
26/8/2013 - Outbound flights from India will henceforth charge 5 to 7 percent more than usual, as the airlines try to mitigate the growing costs associated with weakening rupee value.
8/8/2013 - Several tourists have begun to drop into Dubai for Eid holiday, while several UAE residents are heading abroad to Europe and Far East.
6/8/2013 - One of the largest airlines in China, the China Southern Airlines, has announced a 72-hour free transit visa to travellers from 45 countries including the United Arab Emirates.
29/7/2013 - The passenger traffic at Dubai International Airport touched 32mn during the first half of the year, making it the busiest six months ever in the airports history, revealed reports from the Dubai Airport.
9/2/2012 - Located near Safa Park in Dubai, the 355meter tall, JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai, will open to guests during the fourth quarter this year, surpassing the 72-storey Rose Reyhaan Rotan, which was the tallest hotel in the world, so far.