Dubai Airports to invest USD1.2b on improved facilities

02 Apr 2015

(MENAFN) Dubai Airports is set to make a USD1.2 billion patch-up investment on improving facilities to heighten customer satisfaction at the emirate’s international airport, Arabian Business reported.

Previously, Dubai Airports initiated Concourse D project that is set to become the new USD517 million home to almost one hundred airlines, which now fill Concourse C.

According to Dubai Airports, the construction is set for finalization in June, which is scheduled to be followed by a sturdy evaluative testing procedure.

“With traffic growth continuing at a rapid pace, we are investing heavily to ensure that the 110 plus international passenger airlines that fly to and from Dubai experience an enhanced product,” the CEO of Dubai Airports said.

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