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Private jet to Dubai
Private jet to Dubai

Private jet to Dubai

This is the main airport and when an airport serves a city like Dubai, it has to match up to its glory and the Dubai International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. Since it was first opened in 1960, the airport has seen a yearly growth of greater than 13% in passenger numbers which now amounts to more than 85 million passengers a year. The airport connects more than 240 destinations in six continents with the help of more than 100 airlines. With these numbers, it will be apt to say that this International Airport in Dubai is the fastest-growing airport in the world.

Dubai Al Maktoum is where a lot of middle eastern operators have their aircraft based so if you are planning to charter a private jet in Dubai, it would be more cost effective to fly from here. Top tip, get ahead of the game ask you broker for a flight from or to Dubai Al Maktoum.

The airport itself opened in June 2010 and is still under construction. When fully completed it will have a heavy focus on cargo and logistics including manufacturing and assembly. It has a projected annual capacity of 12 million tonnes of freight and up to 260 million passengers per year. There will be three separate passenger terminals two of which will be dedicated to private aviation. Expected completion date is 2027.

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Profile of Dubai

Dubai is the capital of city of the Emirate of Dubai and the largest city in the UAE. It has been the centre for regional and international trade since the early 20th century, Dubai's economy relies on revenues from trade, tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services. Oil production now contributes less than one percent of its GDP. The city has a population of around 3 million people.

It has become one of the world's most popular tourist destinations with numerous famous attractions such as the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. However, Dubai has many other attractions, such as: the Jumeirah Mosque, which is open to non-muslim visitors; the Al Marmoom Camel Race Track, featuring an important part of Middle Eastern culture, dating back to the 7th century; The Dubai Fountain, the tallest fountain in the world, shooting 22,000 gallons of water up 500 feet in the air within the 30-acre Burj Lake; the Ain Dubai, the world's largest observation wheel; and the Aura Skypool, located at 200 metres above the city at the top of the Palm Tower, it is the highest 360-degree infinity pool on the planet.

Private jet to Dubai
Private jet to Dubai
Private jet to Dubai
Private jet to Dubai