Tuesday, 29 June 2010
Dubai opens new airport with first cargo flights
Dubai opened what is planned to become the world's largest airport last week, starting with cargo operators, making the emirate a two-airport city as it aspires to build itself into a global logistics hub, Reuters reported. Dubai Airports, the company overseeing airport projects in the emirate, said the Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International (DWC) started with three cargo flights operated by Rus Aviation, Skyline and Aerospace Consortium, with 13 other freight carriers signed up. Signed up cargo carriers include Aban Air, ACI, Aviation Service Management, Coyne Airways, EuroAsian Services, Gatewick, Ramjet, Reem Style, Rial Aviation, Sonic Jet and SunGlobal. Phase one of DWC includes one runway capable of handling Airbus A380 superjumbos, 64 remote stands, one cargo terminal with capacity for 250,000 tonnes of cargo annually and a passenger terminal building capable of handling five million passengers a year. When completed, the airport will have five runways, up to four terminal buildings and the capacity for 12 million tonnes of freight and 160 million passengers a year. Completion of the up to US$10.9 billion project is estimated to take 10 to 15 years. source: cna
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