Dubai International Airport recorded the highest growth in planned seating capacity of 20.5% this October, on the list of the 20 largest airports in the world.
Dubai International has topped the list of busiest airports in terms of seats scheduled for October 2021, according to data from OAG, which specializes in aviation data.
According to Emirates Today, Dubai Airport has 2.73 million scheduled flights on international flights, followed by Amsterdam Airport with 2.48 million seats, followed by Frankfurt and London airports with 2.19 and 2.18 million seats respectively.
According to the data, the Dubai and Riyadh track came in second globally with 241,000 seats, while Dubai and the London Heathrow track returned to third place with four Dubai (40%) in 10 tracks with international seating. With 217.7 thousand seats, the airline between Bahrain and Dubai is in ninth place with 145.5 thousand seats and tenth place with 138.9 thousand seats between Dubai and Jeddah.
In addition, according to the latest data from the Dubai Airport website, the total number of seats served by airlines operating at Dubai International Airport has now reached 173 seats, operated by 60 national and international airlines.
According to data monitored by Emirates Today, Dubai International Airport operates about 91% of its network of connections with the rest of the world, 73% of destinations, and 78% of its flights. Airport before the “Govit-19” epidemic.
According to figures released by Airports Council International, Dubai International is the world’s busiest airport for international travelers, for the seventh year in a row, for annual traffic in 2020, and significantly improved over other international and regional airports. With its success in achieving double passenger traffic, it is the busiest airport in the Middle East.
விமான Dubai Airport recorded 2.73 million scheduled destinations on international flights.
விமான Dubai Airport currently serves 173 destinations with 60 national and international airlines operating.
International airlines resume their operations through Dubai International Airport, while data provided by Emirates Airlines and Fly Dubai showed a steady increase in the number of passenger destinations within the network of the two carriers through the use of air transport protocols. Travel of UAE citizens and tourists, while maintaining the security of visitors and communities.
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