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Dubai Airports, operator of the world's busiest international airport, Dubai International (DXB), has for the first time collaborated with the UAE's Federal Youth Authority (FYA) to create the Dubai Airports Youth Council.

In a significant development that signals the return of growth to Dubai and the UAE's aviation and travel and tourism sectors, Dubai Airports opened Dubai's International's Terminal 1 and Concourse D in late June.

Dubai International (DXB) ended the first quarter (Q1) of the year on a relatively positive note, registering a gradual but steady recovery in both customer numbers and cargo volumes. By the end of Q1 of this year, DXB served 63 percent of the destinations in 89 percent of the countries on 74 percent of the airlines compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dubai International (DXB) made positive strides towards recovery after a challenging year with a total of 25,9 million customers travelling through the airport in 2020, a decrease of 70 percent compared to 2019.

As part of its preparations for the ramp up of passenger flights, Dubai Airports has announced a strategic partnership with OSN, one of the region's leading entertainment provider, to give passengers at Dubai International (DXB) complimentary access to OSN's new streaming app, from July 14 of this year.

Dubai Airports announced plans to elevate the airport customer experience as it unveiled a new brand for Dubai International (DXB) that signifies Dubai Airports’ transition from airport operator to a consumer led company, committed to making the world’s busiest international airport, the world’s best.

Dubai Airports, together with Dubai Police General Department of Security, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Airports Council International (ACI) to become part of their joint initiative on Smart Security.

Dubai Airports announced it has completed, what it claims to be, the world’s first Tier III certified Modular Data Centre Complex (MDCC). The new facility was designed to provide a stable environment for Dubai Airports to host its private cloud.

Dubai Airports, operators of the world’s busiest airport for international passenger traffic, Dubai International, has joined the rest of the emirate’s aviation community in signing a pledge to purchase green-only vehicles.

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, crown prince, Dubai, unveiled classification plates rating the Al Majlis VIP Service and Terminal 3 at Dubai International as five-star service facilities under the Global Star Rating Programme.