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Flottau, Jens
December 2005
Aviation Week & Space Technology;12/5/2005, Vol. 163 Issue 22, p51
Trade Publication
The article reports that Dubai, United Arab Emirates, looks set to continue its growth into a major international air transport center, with the launch of a multibillion-dollar airport project that will erase capacity constraints for the foreseeable future. The project is also planned to include a logistics city, commercial center, a science and technology park, Dubai's new exhibition center and a residential area big enough to house more than one million people. Two additional concourses are in the process of being built at Dubai International Airport.


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