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Dubai International (DXB) has recorded the busiest quarter since 2020 with 13.6 million passengers in quarter one (Q1) of this year, indicating that traffic recovery is gaining momentum at the world’s busiest international hub. This is the second consecutive quarter when passenger traffic at DXB has surpassed the 10-million mark.

Over three million passengers travelled in the first quarter (Q1) of of this yar through Sharjah Airport, witnessing an increase of 119,2 percent as compared to 1,3 million passengers in the same period in 2021. The aircraft movement for the same term also marked an increase in the number of flights by 89 percent with 21,336 flights, compared to 11,279 flights in 2021.

Airport International Group announced that the low-cost carrier, Wizz Air, has recently commenced direct flights between Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) and four European and Middle Eastern cities at a rate of two weekly flights per destination.

To meet Hamad International Airport's (HIA) commitment to environmental preservation and its objective of achieving zero landfill, the airport is recycling organic compost from green waste generated during landscaping activities.

According to Airport International Group, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) had welcomed 1,330,202 passengers (PAX) by the end of March (Q1) of this year - marking a 195,4 percent surge and 30,9 percent decline against 2021 and 2019 figures, respectively.

Abu Dhabi Airports, the owner and operator of the emirate’s five airports, and Etihad Guest, the award-winning loyalty programme of Etihad Airways, recently signed an agreement to launch the ‘Miles on the Go’ product at Abu Dhabi International Airport.