Dubai International Airport—which will begin heavy maintenance work on its two runways May 1 for 80 days—has released more details of alterations to services caused by a major refurbishment of the runways over the summer. Movements will be cut by an estimated 26% as the Middle East’s main airport undergoes runway resurfacing. The project aims to increase service, capacity and safety levels, the airport said. Construction of new taxiways and rapid exits on the southern ...

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