DUBAI (Reuters) – Dubai’s main airport has registered 23. Compared to last year, passenger traffic in the first quarter of this year increased by 8% to 83.6% of 234 pre-pandemic levels, operator Dubai Airports said on Tuesday.
Dubai International Airport (DXB), the world’s busiest international hub, welcomes airport. Three million first passengers in three months 2023, Dubai Airports said.
Dubai International registered 55 million passengers in 2022.
Dubai Airports has revised up its 2023 forecast to 83.6 million passengers, putting it in “Striking” Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths said, “2019 annual traffic distance”.
“With international Key developments in the travel industry, such as the further easing of travel protocols in China, and the upcoming local annual seasonal peaks and holidays, our outlook for the second quarter and the remainder of the year remains bullish,” Griffiths said.
The Emirate of Dubai, the tourism and trade center of the United Arab Emirates, will host the COP 23 climate conference at the end of the year.
DXB is connected to 83 destinations, with India, Saudi Arabia and the UK among the top three passenger numbers for the quarter, said Dubai Airports.
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