The airport records a 200% growth in passenger numbers compared to July with the resumption of movement
1.58 million passengers in "Dubai International" during November 2020
The total number of passengers during the period between January and November 2020 reached about 24.3 million passengers.
Dubai Civil Aviation Authority data showed that the total number of passengers, through Dubai International Airport, last November, reached one million and 585 thousand and 461 passengers, compared to 1.46 million passengers in the previous October, with a growth rate of more than 8%.
According to data obtained by Emirates Today, the total number of passengers during the period between January and November 2020 reached about 24.3 million passengers, while Dubai International recorded continuous growth since last April, after the closure period due to the Covid-19 pandemic. ».
Like all airports in the world, international passenger traffic has been affected, due to travel restrictions, by the outbreak of the pandemic.
The authority's data showed a significant growth in passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport during November, by about 200% compared to July 2020, when movement was resumed, and air travel protocols were implemented that facilitate travel for UAE citizens, residents and tourists, while maintaining the health and safety of visitors and communities.
As for freight traffic, the volume of air cargo through Dubai International Airport in November 2020 reached 177,848 tons.
While the total volume of air freight through the airport during the period between January and November 2020 reached about 1.65 million tons, compared to 180,862 tons through Al Maktoum International Airport during the same period.
The number of flights at Dubai International Airport reached 16 thousand and 255 movements during November, while the total during the period between January and November 2020 reached 166 thousand and 622 movements, compared to 24 thousand and 351 movements at Al Maktoum International Airport.
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