Carriers Vie For Services To Dubai
Dubai Airports vice president of strategy said carriers across the globe are competing for services to and from Dubai, despite the global economic slowdown. Richard Talien said compared to other airports of similar stature, “it’s a healthy picture and we are still actively talking to carriers to continue that growth going forward.”
Talien spoke about the airports growth at the sidelines of a Kingfisher press conference to announce its services to Dubai. He said Dubai Airports is in discussions with various airlines interested in beginning operations to the emirate. He did not name the airlines, but said airlines from the Indian sub-continent, North America, and Western Europe have expressed interest.
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