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UAE Air Traffic Recovery Begins After Storm Disruptions: Argus

JET FUEL

Air traffic at Dubai International (DXB) has started recovering after unprecedented storms, although flight delays are expected to continue, Argus said.

  • DXB is the world’s second-busiest airport, so prolonged disruptions could affect regional jet fuel demand.
  • Dubai low-cost carrier flydubai has resumed partial operations, although Emirates has extended its check in suspension.
  • The neighbouring Zayed international airport in Abu Dhabi is operating normally.
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Air traffic at Dubai International (DXB) has started recovering after unprecedented storms, although flight delays are expected to continue, Argus said.

  • DXB is the world’s second-busiest airport, so prolonged disruptions could affect regional jet fuel demand.
  • Dubai low-cost carrier flydubai has resumed partial operations, although Emirates has extended its check in suspension.
  • The neighbouring Zayed international airport in Abu Dhabi is operating normally.