The UAE is leading the aviation of the future globally

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The efforts of the United Arab Emirates in the civil aviation sector have resulted in the country’s qualification to join the list of the Arab Quartet, established by the General Assembly of the Arab Civil Aviation Organization, with the participation of the State Delegation led by Saif Muhammad Al-Suwaidi, Director General of the ordinary civil aviation authority.

Saif Al-Suwaidi stated that this qualification confirms the confidence of the Arab countries in the active role played by the United Arab Emirates in raising the Arab and global civil aviation sector, improving the future of the aviation sector and restoring its health. 2025, which will take place in early October 2022 in Montreal, Canada.

The UAE is committed to strengthening international cooperation and joint work with governments and international organizations at all levels and in the fields of air safety, aviation security and air navigation. At the air transport level, the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority is one of the main supporters of the vision of the International Civil Aviation Organization, which strives to liberalize the air transport sector, and was one of the largest contributors to international air transport and played an active role. in uniting Arab stance to liberate heaven.

The UAE hosts 7 international airports, which were built and operated using the latest advanced equipment. The volume of air traffic to and from local airports exceeded 157,000 in 2012, while Dubai International Airport is among the 3 largest international airports in terms of passenger capacity in the world. Al Maktoum Airport in Dubai is the largest airport in the world as it is being built at a cost of around 36 billion dirhams ($ 10 billion) to take up an area of ​​140 square kilometers and has a capacity that allows it to serve 160 million passengers and 12 million tonnes of cargo annually.Al Maktoum Airport will be directly connected to a developed railway network with Jebel Ali Port, the largest port in the Middle East.

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