Dubai International airport (DXB) has surpassed pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels in the third quarter of 2022 leading to the airport revising its annual forecast by another one million passengers. The airport now expects a higher surge in the final three months of the year. Paul Griffith, CEO, Dubai International Airport, said: “The annual forecast at Dubai International, or DXB, is more than 64 million. The airport saw 18.5 million passengers in the third quarter of this year, up from 17.8 million during the first quarter of 2020 prior to and at the dawn of the pandemic.” In the second half of
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