Middle East airports report frenetic traffic growth in 1Q2010
1Q2010 traffic results at three major Middle East hubs – Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain international airports – were nothing short of spectacular. The airport operators are also confident this performance can continue in 2010, with new airlines and increased frequency confirmed for Summer 2010 (2Q2010 and 3Q2010). [2973 words]
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- Dubai International Airport sees record traffic in Mar-2010, capping strong first quarter
- Al Maktoum Airport a white elephant?
- Abu Dhabi International Airport reports double-digit growth in 1Q2010
- Traffic projection makes facilities expansion increasingly necessary
- Bahrain International airport growth grows off 1Q2008 levels
- Smaller hubs also report growth
Graphs and data:
- Dubai International Airport: Passenger numbers and passenger numbers growth: Mar-2008 to Mar-2010
- Dubai International vs Singapore Changi passenger traffic: 1Q2007 to 1Q2010
- Difference in Dubai International vs Singapore Changi passenger numbers: 1Q2007 to 1Q2010
- Middle East hubs: Home carrier capacity share
- flydubai network destinations: Apr-2010
- Abu Dhabi International Airport: Passenger numbers and passenger numbers growth: Mar-2008 to Mar-2010
- Abu Dhabi International Airport new/increased scheduled services: Summer 2009 to Summer 2010
- Bahrain International Airport: Passenger numbers and passenger numbers growth: Mar-2008 to Mar-2010
- Bahrain International Airport scheduled services: Winter 2008/09 vs 2009/10 and Summer 2009 vs 2010
- Selected Middle East hub airport traffic: 1Q2010
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