Dubai International (DXB) has started its winter season strongly, with seven international airlines launching operations to nine destinations between October and November.
The addition of new services and increased frequencies will increase the total weekly flights to 4,400 (one-way), marking a 20 percent increase over the previous winter season.
DXB, the world’s busiest international hub for both passengers and connectivity, according to Airports Council International (ACI), welcomed Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Batik Air, Eurowings, Transavia, Virgin Atlantic and TUS Airways.
Rob Whitehouse, vice president of research at Dubai Airports saying,
“The new services and increased frequencies in our winter schedule reaffirm our commitment to growing DXB as a major hub and further positioning the airport as a dynamic and competitive player in the global aviation landscape.
“Through collaborative efforts with our partners, we are excited to attract more visitors to Dubai while introducing new destinations and increasing connectivity to more cities.”
News source: Emirates News Agency