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25/8/2014 - The second largest airport in Britain, Gatwick Airport, has now unveiled a sculpture of luxurious Burj Al Arab, wherein, the emirate was placed among the world’s most influential cities and was reported in the US-based Forbes magazine report last week.
25/8/2014 - The UAE will issue emergency entry permits on an airline sponsorship, and travellers will be eligible for the permit that holds four-day validity, against payment of Dh100.
14/8/2014 - The forthcoming launch of Dubai 360.
11/8/2014 - The Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), an agency of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) and organizers of Dubai Summer Surprises, have published the Dubai Summer Surprises Official Guide in two languages – English and Arabic.
6/8/2014 - The new Concourse D terminal at Dubai International Airport will be connected to an existing terminal by driverless train, which will open by first quarter of next year, a top official revealed.
31/7/2014 - Dubai International has been named as Best Airport in Middle East, Europe and Africa by the readers of Frequent Business Traveller, a popular online publication written for and by frequent international travellers.
7/7/2014 - The General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs in Dubai (GDRFA) has announced implementation of the Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) by the end of the year or early next year, following approval of UAEs Ministry of Interior.
3/7/2014 - The pace of UAE construction sector is likely to see rapid growth in 2014, with government announcing several major development projects and stepping up expenditure on social infrastructure development.
2/7/2014 - The Dubai immigration authorities unveiled a package comprising new smart services which Emiratis, residents and companies can have access to via smart phones and tablets.
2/7/2014 - The trial run of the fourth terminal (Concourse D) at the Dubai Airport aimed at linking it to Terminal 1 through train will begin from August.
19/6/2014 - According to a new study, Dubai is one of the most popular destinations for the mega-rich Chinese travellers this year.