Dubai International Airport has recorded its 18th consecutive month of handling more than five million passengers despite the refurbishment of two runways, which resulted in a 26% reduction in flights during May and June this year.  First-half passenger traffic increased 6.2% to 34.67 million despite the runway work, which included resurfacing the northern runway, as well as other modifications to accommodate forecast traffic growth, and the addition of new high-speed turnoffs to the ...

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