Thomas, Karen
June 2000
Middle East;Jun2000, Issue 302, p38
Reports on the performance of the Dubai Airport Free Zone in its first year of operation and on a five-stage plan to bring Dubai's civil aviation well into the 21st century. Combined investment of the first 75 zone tenants; Services available to the tenants; Details of the zone's second development phase; Expansion of cargo terminal capacity; Airport's passenger traffic and cargo volume.


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