Dubai World Central Cargo announced annual reports for 2012!

Published on : Thursday, February 7, 2013

Dubai Airports announced traffic statistics for Dubai World Central that showed the airport handled 219,092 tonnes of air freight during its second full calendar year of operations, an increase of 144 per cent over 2011.

In 2012 Dubai World Central’s average monthly air cargo volumes totaled 18,258 tonnes compared to 7,477 tonnes recorded during the airport’s first full year of operations in 2011. Cargo transit traffic comprised 44,052 tonnes or 20 per cent of volumes.

Aircraft movements for the year came in at 16,317, up 99 per cent from 8,198 recorded in 2011. During 2012, more than 30 airlines operated into Dubai World Central, predominantly as cargo charter operations. Of these 15 were scheduled services.

“Less than three years after its opening Dubai World Central is fast emerging as a significant cargo airport in the region,” said Paul Griffiths, CEO, Dubai Airports. “That emergence is set to continue as airlines take advantage of the airport’s facilities, road feeder service to Dubai International and bonded link to the Jebel Ali port.”

The flexibility in operations at Dubai World Central continues to attract new cargo operators, with eight new airlines launching services to the airport during 2012, including ZetAvia, Abakan Aiva, Silk Way Airlines, Khalton Air, Sakavia Services, Iran Aseman, Vision Air and Saudi Arabian.
An increasing amount of Dubai Airports’ total cargo is projected to be handled at Dubai World Central in the years ahead with cargo volumes for both airports projected to top three million tonnes by 2015.

General aviation traffic is also expected to pick up in 2013 with the recent opening of the new Al Majlis facility. The facility – to be operated in partnership with private aviation groups Execujet and Jet Aviation and contained within the passenger terminal building – offers a viable alternative to business travelers by providing greater flexibility in terms of general aviation departures and arrival slots. Its proximity to the fast-growing business area of “new” Dubai is an added attraction. The new Al Majlis has six lounges capable of accommodating 80,000 VIP passengers a year.

Source: Dubai Airport.


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