Dubai International Airport
History of Dubai International Airport
Dubai International Airport is the most Iconic airport in the most Iconic city in the world. Some have been in the town of Dubai, and then some are yearning for a visit. Dubai Airport, the well connected, long haul flights and uber comfort and luxurious airport. A tarmac full of biggest Jumbo Jets like the A380 and the Boeing 777. Dubai airport, a name synonymous with opulence, efficiency, and well-networked and connected airport. Dubai International Airport was constructed in 1959 and opened for flights by 1960. It was the dream project of HRH Shiekh Al Maktoum. The two leading airlines operating out of Dubai are Emirates Airlines and the Low-cost Carrier Fly Dubai.
Dubai International Airport Terminals
Dubai International Airport has three terminals which serve the aircraft of all sizes. Terminal 1 has Concourse D, Terminal 2 and Terminal has Concourses A, B, and C. The airport has a separate terminal for private aircraft.
Information and Restrictions Borg Al Arab International Airport
OMDB is the ICAO code
|Longest Hard Surface Runway (ft)
14590 x 198, 12R/30L
JET-A ONLY AVGAS
8:47:11 AM (+4.00)
|Local Standard Time
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