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Abu Dhabi and Dubai airports continue to ride the wave created by new entrants

31-Aug-2009

Abu Dhabi International Airport and Dubai International Airport continue to defy traffic trends at airports worldwide, both reporting double-digit growth in passenger traffic in Jul-2009. The tales at both airports are very similar – traffic driven by the influx of new airlines and the capacity expansion of existing airlines servicing the region. [1510 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Dubai Airport at the “epicentre of growth”, traffic up 12.6% in Jul-2009
  • Forecast growth to be supported by continuing expansion
  • Al Maktoum Phase I to open Jun-2010
  • Proposes new link to the city
  • DAC receives aerodrome licence for DIA
  • Dubai Duty Free and Dubai Airport Freezone also beneficiaries of traffic growth
  • Abu Dhabi Airport experiences the same growth rate as Dubai but off a lower base
  • New airlines, capacity increases

Graphs and data:

  • Dubai Airport capacity share by frequency and capacity (seats per week as a % of total)
  • Abu Dhabi Airport passenger numbers and passenger numbers growth: Jul-2008 to Jul-2009
  • Abu Dhabi Airport frequency and capacity share by carrier (frequency and seats per week as a % of total)
  • Etihad Airways’ upcoming capacity expansion
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