With the move to the new Al-Makhtoum International Airport still far in the future, Dubai International is struggling to accommodate the escalating amount of traffic. The goal of allowing unlimited growth is at risk. The airport has just opened what is now called Concourse A, a 20-gate facility to be exclusively used by Emirates Airline. That will take the airport’s capacity to 75 million passengers annually. In addition, initial work has been started for Concourse D, another large ...

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