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According to Dubai Airports, passenger traffic at Dubai International climbed 9.2 percent in April, with the hub welcoming 7,622,946 passengers compared to 6,979,063 recorded during the corresponding month in 2016.

Aiming to enhance passengers experience, Dubai International has recently unveiled its sleep ‘n fly lounge, enabling travellers passing through Terminal 3 to get some rest while waiting for their flight.

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) welcomed 689,674 passengers in April, a year-on-year jump of 14.6 percent.

Following internal excellence awards, Abu Dhabi Airports is finalising its submission for this year’s Abu Dhabi Awards for Excellence in Government Performance.

Abu Dhabi International Airport handled over two million passengers in April, a 5.6 percent increase over the corresponding month in 2016.

With 300 exhibitors from 50 countries in attendance, the 17th edition of the Airport Show is currently underway at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, with a wide line-up of the latest smart and innovative technologies that are set to transform the aviation industry on display.