Dubai International Airport

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  • Dubai Aviation Industry Case Study

    Dubai is successful in the aircraft industry because of its clear goals and brilliant implementation. It is proved that the tourism industry has a great stimulation for aviation. In 2013, there were around 10 million non-UAE visitors came to Dubai, they totally spent about $13 billion (Oxford Economics, 2014). The success of Dubai due to investment of government and individual on superior quality’s aviation and equipment to support the flow of tourist. Furthermore, Dubai has outstanding connectivity like over 10 million passengers could connect Dubai to 25 cities; this situation pushes the development of an export marker. Not only the connectivity for passengers but also for goods’ transportation. Hence, the foreign company could invest them…

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  • Ettihad Airways Case Study

    And enhance its horizons to become one of the best airlines in the World's. 1.2 Services Abu Dhabi International Airport has many services and amenities that give travelers time spectrum, while waiting for an appointment aircraft is equipped as it is one of the most popular airports in the World's. It also has to provide trips and luxury lounges for first-class passengers all over the world. Hall contains many amenities and have fun and work, to calm the nerves, family time, fine dining,…

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  • Case Study Of Dubai Logistics City Project

    Dubai Logistics city project is the world 's first integrated logistics and multi-modal transport platform - with the new Dubai Logistics City (DLC), Jebel Ali Port and Free Zone and the new Jebel Ali International Airport (JXB) at its core. It is set up as another free zone in the desert, for reasons of vast expansion possibilities and close proximity of Jebel Ali International Airport which benefits companies for the perfect tri-modality within a single customs bond. Furthermore it is very…

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  • Negativity Of Globalization In Dubai

    The geographical location of Dubai is a one part of United Arab Emirates (UAE). Throughout the rest of the 1970s, Dubai began to grow considerably as it gained revenue from oil and trading. Dubai is the second largest emirate with an urban area of 3885 sq km and the city is roughly 35 sq km Next, Dubai had relatively small reserves on the build its future mall portion of Dubai's economy is based on oil. Besides that, oil made up 6 percent gross a domestic products in 2006. The Dubai city is…

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  • Strengths And Vulnerabilities

    water in their daily domestic needs. -The humid zones too are in a bad state due to the industrial and households garbage thrown in them, which raises questions on the work of local authorities. -What makes the problem worse is the use of nearby empty lands as dumps. Moreover, most of the garbage produced in the city (1,000 tons by hospitals and 9,000 tons by factories) is untreated. -The report also stated the absence of drainage systems in some areas in the city. As a result, both household…

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  • Case Analysis Of Emirates Airlines

    Emirates was started in 1985 with two aircrafts leased from Pakistan International Airport and start-up capital of $10 million. Two years later, the aircraft that the company first bought was delivered to Dubai. The company continued on a growth trajectory even in 1990 when the political situation in the region deteriorated with the Iraqi and Kuwait conflict. Over the second decade, the airline expanded its network throughout the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa. As the 21st century was…

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  • Dubai Economic Analysis

    UAE has the most differentiated economy in the GCC, the UAE 's economy remains greatly dependent on oil. Except for Dubai, a large portion of the UAE is subject to oil incomes. Petroleum and common gas keep on assuming a focal part in the economy, particularly in Abu Dhabi. More than 85% of the UAE 's economy depended on the oil trades in 2009. While Abu Dhabi and other UAE emirates have remained moderately preservationist in their way to deal with broadening, Dubai, which has far littler oil…

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  • Burj Khalifa Case Study Model

    Kalifa, Dubai-Case Study Card Introduction The Burj Dubai Tower is the world’s tallest structure, having a final height of more than 838 metres, exceeding the 160 stories. According to its structural system and its dimensions and features, the structure holds various worldwide records. Is the tallest free-standing structure in the world with the highest number of stories, which most of them are occupied, disposing the longest travel distance lift with its respective tallest services in the…

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  • Case Study Of Etihad Airways

    One way to diversify includes offering aircraft ground-handling services (the services done for an aircraft while it is in the airport) for other airline companies. Other airlines have already adopted this strategy such as Singapore Airlines. Another strategy is aircraft leasing, where another airline or other operators can lease Etihad Airway’s airplanes. This is done when another airline wants to increase their capacity temporarily without buying an aircraft or cannot afford to buy one to…

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  • Tak Cramics Case Study

    Massaad.It is a source of creative and a key contributor to the upgrading of the ceramic industry standards to levels beyond the framework of a unique competition both in terms of design and production capacity and promotional operations and exemplary distribution network scattered around more than 160 countries. Due to efficient and effective management RAK Ceramics have smooth and rapid growth in its last two decades. Competitors RAK Ceramics face threat both locally and internationally from…

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