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Terminal 4 Planned At Dubai


Speaking to Capitol Club, Dubai International Financial Centre on November 11, Paul Griffiths, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Dubai Airports said that a brand new Terminal 4 was planned at the airport in addition to extensions to terminal 1, 2 and 3. “We have Dh290 million that will be spent over the next two years on terminals 1, 2 and 3, making sure they are running to full capacity,” Griffiths said. He further added that Dubai Airports aims to service at least 70 to 80 million people per year.

Source: Emirates Business 24/7

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