Thursday, July 25, 2024

Dubai Plans to Build World’s Largest Airport with 255 Million Passengers Handling Capacity

Recently, the UAE’s largest construction project of worth AED120b is about to continue.

The development belongs to expansion of Al-Maktoum International airport and is also known as Dubai World Central (DWC), a respectable sources informed about the officials connected with the project are underway in the background and potential stakeholders in the scheme have been told informally to be prepared as the $33b scheme is expected to resume.

The project is situated 23 miles southwest of the city centre of Dubai and it launched as a freight facility only. Dubai World Central inaugrated to its 5-7 million capacity passenger terminal passengers on 27 October 2013, whereas, cargo operations were opened in 2010.

Authorities are promising that by 2050, the plan is for developing the largest airport in the history with the accomodation of around 255 million passengers annually.

However, the initial stage of expected to be completed by 2030 but the time period would be confirmed as soon as the official details are informed.

Moreover, geographically expanse of the development is biggest as a total of 56sq kilometres will be covered by the facility.

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