Dubai International Airport is situated in the Al Garhoud area, 2.5 nautical miles east of Dubai and it covers an area of 7,200 hectares. Terminal 3 is the second largest building in the world by area and the largest airport terminal in the world. In July 2019, Dubai International Airport installed the largest solar energy system of any airport in the region as part of Dubai’s goal to reduce the city’s energy consumption by 30 percent by 2030.
Emirates Airline’s oil terminal is located at Dubai International Airport ( DXB) and has its own airport. Terminal 3 that has 3 meeting rooms that they share with Flydubai. The Emirates hub is the largest airline hub in the Middle East; Emirates handles 51% of all passenger traffic and accounts for around 42% of the airport’s air traffic. Dubai Airport is also the base for low-cost airline flydubai, which serves 13 percent of passenger and 25 percent of aircraft traffic at DXB. The total capacity of the airport is 90 million passengers per year. As of January 2016, 140 airlines operate more than 7,700 flights per week to more than 270 destinations on all inhabited continents. More than 63% of passengers using the airport in 2018 were connecting passengers.
|Office Manager – CEO Executive Office||Dubai|
|Senior Vice President – Development||Dubai|
|Senior Supervisor – Inventory||Dubai|
|UAE National Airport Fire Service Program||Dubai|