Dubai International Financial Centre Welcomed 23 Million Passengers | Growth of 8% From last Year

Dubai International Financial Centre Welcomed 23 Million Passengers | Growth of 8% From last Year

Dubai had a good start this year. as we know Dubai has a History of maintaining records this year as well Dubai had a good start with a maximum growth of 8% last year, with 23 Million passengers traveling through Dubai International Financial Centre’s terminal. Which is way too high in comparison to last year.  This shows that Dubai is expanding much faster than other cities in the World.

Readers who are interested in Dubai’s commercial and economic scene will find the DIFC to be a valuable resource as it is a prominent financial hub in the area that draws investors and business experts. [ Dubai International Financial Centre ]

Dubai Airports said on Tuesday that 23,052,060 passengers passed through its doors during the quarter, with January seeing the most traffic at 7.9 million.

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“The hub recorded some incredibly impressive numbers in the first quarter of the year, continuing DXB’s robust growth trajectory,” stated Paul Griffiths, CEO of DXB.

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We continue to concentrate on maintaining growing momentum and improving the overall Dubai Airports  . experience for every visitor going through our terminals as Dubai becomes a global leader in luring talent, firms, and travelers from all over the world.

“We have updated our expectation to 91 million guests, surpassing our previous annual traffic record of 89.1 million in 2018,” the statement reads. “With a solid start to Q2 and an optimistic outlook for the remainder of the year.”

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With connections to 256 locations across 102 countries via 90 international airlines, DXB enhances Dubai’s standing as a global hub for commerce and logistics.

With 3.1 million passengers, India continued to be DXB’s most popular destination, followed by Saudi Arabia (2 million), the UK (1.5 million), and Pakistan (1.1 million).

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In terms of passengers, London (961,000), Jeddah (669,000), and Riyadh (795,000) rank first, third, and fourth, respectively, are Mumbai (637,000). With load factors reaching 79.1%, there were 109,238 total flight movements in the first quarter of this year, an 8.3% rise from the same period last year. With 26.8 million bags handled, DXB.

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