Posts Tagged ‘airport’

Al-Maktoum International @ Jabel Ali

Al Maktoum International Airport will open in June for cargo only, with plans to receive passengers in 2011 sometime.

Currently it  features a single A380 compatible runway, 64 remote stands, a cargo terminal building capable of handling 250,000 tonnes per annum expandable to 600,000 tonnes per annum and a dedicated road link to the port in Jebel Ali.

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Almaktoum International Airport (Borrowed Image)

Dubai Terminal 3 – Etisalat Charges

Dubai Terminal 3 testing finished

Dubai Airports has finished operational testing of the new Terminal 3 at the International airport. It means that Emirates’ airlines operations can now start to be phased into the new terminal, starting 14 October. The terminal will be opened in four phases to ensure that systems and processes are all in place and tested.

Etisalat reduces IP Connect fees

UAE telecoms provider Etisalat has announced that it will reduce its IP Connect fees by up to 70% in a bid to increase the service’s popularity. The move, applicable from October 1, includes the introduction of possible annual contracts and monthly rather than quarterly billing.

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