Dubai International Airport
Despite a runway closure during peak travel season and a host of other hurdles thrown its way, Dubai International continues to be a shining example to airports around the world. The airport has ploughed considerable investment into sustainability, operations, technology and passenger experience to ensure it grows alongside demand.
Abu Dhabi International Airport
All eyes are on Abu Dhabi International’s latest and most exciting kerbside and airside projects, which continue to impress and surprise. Just one highlight recently was the unveiling of a state-of-the-art global air cargo centre of excellence, which could help the region get its air cargo sector back on track.
Sharjah International Airport
Sharjah International Airport is performing remarkably not only regionally but also on the international stage. Thanks to ‘smart services’ and successful coordination with partners, the airport ranked fourth internationally for on-time performance in H1 2019. This was achieved at the same time as passenger numbers began to soar.
The shiny new Istanbul Airport has already impressed the industry less than a year since becoming operationally active. The project has tackled numerous challenges head-on and laid the foundations for a new era of growth for both itself and Turkish Airlines.
King Abdulaziz International Airport
Since the King Abdulaziz International Airport new Terminal 1 began operations, over 2.5 million passengers have been transported on board 30,000 flights. When the rest of the airport opens later this year, it will be in the ideal position to help propel the rapidly expanding Saudi market.