Beat the Brochure: Dubai to Have the Busiest Airport by 2015By Beat The Brochure, PRNE
Sunday, May 8, 2011
ROMFORD, England, May 9, 2011 - Recent figures from Dubai Airports have revealed that passenger numbers
to Dubai International have continued to increase, with the airport being
expected to handle 98.5 million customers by 2020, say Beat the Brochure.
According to new findings released by Dubai Airports as part of their ten
year traffic forecast for Dubai International Airport and Dubai World
Central-Al Maktoum, passenger numbers will rise by 7.2% and 6.7% respectively
from next year, which outperforms the global average of 5% which is good
news for travellers as well as travel providers, say Beat the Brochure (
Daniel Ox of Beat The Brochure says: "The news from Dubai Airports makes
for very positive reading for travellers heading to Dubai as it shows that
more and more people are choosing to travel to Dubai - in fact Dubai Airports
predict that 75 million passengers will have passed through the airport by
2015. It follows previously positive passenger growth numbers in 2009, when
the amount of international passengers grew by 9.1% on the previous year.
This new announcement reveals that more and more holidaymakers are opting to
book holidays in Dubai (
which is just fantastic news."
Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International (www.dwc.ae/dwc.html)
is currently being used as a cargo hub, and is set to begin receiving
passengers from 2012, but while Dubai Airports have predicted that 75 million
passengers will pass through both of these airports, they have even bigger
predictions for the years ahead.
Ox continues: "Dubai Airports' predictions for airport growth are really
quite astounding, and while they are expecting a huge number of travellers to
pass through both airports in the next four years, they have also projected
that the number of passengers will reach 98.5 million by 2020. Obviously this
is a rather large growth that's expected in Dubai over the coming years, but
other destinations are predicted to do well too, as travellers gear up for
the summer season by booking other breaks, such as holidays in Turkey
(www.beatthebrochure.com/holidays/Turkey/default.asp) and Paris."
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Contact Information: Daniel Ox, Managing Director, Como Street Travel Ltd, Equitable House, 1st Floor, 88-100 South Street, Romford, Essex, RM1 1RX, daniel at beatthebrochure.com
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