About Dubai Airport
The United Arab Emirates’ Dubai Airport is the busiest airport on the Arabian Peninsula. It’s home to the largest passenger and cargo hub in the world, and it serves more than 220 flights to 62 international destinations (including six domestic destinations), carrying more than 80 million passengers annually.
Dubai Airport has full security screening for all international flights, and Dubai City Airport has full security screening for all domestic flights. Dubai Airport is open to international flights up to 23,000 feet, and there’s no restriction on flying up to the maximum destination height of 25,000 feet.
Dubai City is the UAE’s second-largest city. It’s about four times the size of Dubai Airport and has nine airports, making it a transit airport. Dubai City Airport is just six miles from Dubai International Airport, and it’s within 30 minutes of Dubai’s city center by the Airport Express Train.
Designed to serve the city’s huge passenger and cargo capacity, Dubai City Airport is a terminal-based airport. It features an average hourly capacity of 2,200 departing flights, with 30-minute security screening (on certain international routes).
New York City and Dubai’s flight schedules are set up similarly to New York City and Abu Dhabi’s flight schedules. Dubai is one of only two international airports in the world to have a daily passenger terminal landing from six different flights and six different airports in the world. Dubai’s flight schedule is based on the airlines’ flight schedules.
While Dubai City Airport is accessible for arriving international flights, Dubai International Airport is far more convenient for departing international flights. The flight schedule at Dubai International Airport features the world’s shortest flight radius. With 16 daily flights out to more than six destinations, Dubai International Airport offers airlines such as Qatar Airways, Emirates, and Etihad Airways a shorter flight turnaround time and a relatively short flight route. This means more opportunities for business travel in the UAE, with shorter trips to popular destinations such as Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, South Africa, and the US.
Access to Dubai International Airport
With 16 international flights from six different airports, Dubai International Airport provides access to international travel destinations to a much larger global market than Dubai City Airport. Dubai International Airport is an international gateway for flights to over 150 cities across six different continents. It provides direct flights to six international cities in Asia: Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Singapore. It provides direct flights to nine international cities in Europe, including Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Brussels, Frankfurt, and London. It also provides direct flights to one international city in South America, with flights to Buenos Aires, which has a nine-hour flight distance. Dubai International Airport provides direct flights to nine international cities in the Middle East, with flights to Doha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Jeddah.
On September 24, 2021, Dubai International Airport was approved to use the newest global air traffic management technology from Lockheed Martin, as it leveraged Dubai Airports’ global airport network. Over the next ten years, the technology will assist in the management of about 3.3 million flights in the UAE.
With access to Dubai’s unique airport system, international travel becomes increasingly seamless and accessible. Dubai International Airport offers a seamless connection to over 150 destinations across six continents, with new connections and increased frequencies to existing destinations. This creates a world-class travel experience with convenient and streamlined flight connections, security screening at a minimal wait time, and a unique travel experience that can’t be matched.
Choose Dubai for a convenient international travel experience with fewer flight connections, less time spent traveling, and a seamless experience when you arrive.
Visit Dubai City Airport’s website for information regarding daily flights and upcoming service information for Dubai International Airport.
The entire world has access to Dubai’s incredible experience and facilities through Dubai City Airport. No matter where you are from, Dubai City Airport provides a direct and convenient experience for the entire world.
For more information on Dubai City Airport, visit Dubai City Airport’s website, follow Dubai City Airport on Twitter, or download Dubai City Airport’s Mobile App.
Johannesburg is split into a number of ‘clusters’. For an example of the difficulty of getting information in Johannesburg go here.
In an instance such as this it’s understandable that Johannesburg City Government will be far more likely to respond to a request from an airport than it would a request from the City of Johannesburg itself.
Regional City of Johannesburg
To go to the Johannesburg Regional City of Johannesburg (they must be regional though) you have to go to O. R. Tambo International Airport and go to the tourism counter in Terminal 2. Ask them for details and mention your flight number.
International City of Johannesburg
When you fly to Johannesburg International Airport you go through the City of Joburg’s city border. For international passengers travelling to the International City of Johannesburg (I.C.J.) you can travel to I.C.J via the O. R. Tambo International Airport.
We think that if you’re flying for business, you’ll want to fly into Johannesburg’s International City (I.C.J.) anyway to get to the International Business Centre.
To get to I.C.J go to O. R. Tambo International Airport and check in to your international flight. Then inquire for information on the International City of Johannesburg at the international arrivals terminal (on the right hand side).
On the airport map of the International City of Johannesburg, it’s easier to just go to the City Centre Airport in O. R. Tambo Airport. There’s a number for the City Centre Airport and you can get details from there.
City of Joburg’s City Municipality
The City of Joburg’s City Municipality is split into a number of regions and each region has its own local authority.
To get information about the City of Joburg’s City Municipality just contact them. For a local authority, the City of Joburg seems to be the most likely.
City Region of Johannesburg
The City of Joburg’s City Region comprises the City of Joburg’s central city, parts of Braamfontein, Mitchells Plain, North West Province, Gauteng Province and parts of Soweto and Tembisa.
City Region of Joburg’s Local Authority
To get information about the City of Joburg’s City Region (City Region’s Local Authority) contact them at City Region’s Local Authority: Johannesburg Region.
We assume that if you are travelling for business you would likely want to fly into the City Region anyway to get to the International Business Centre.
City Region of Johannesburg Local Authority Map
International City of Joburg
To get information about the International City of Joburg’s International City you can contact City Region of Johannesburg Local Authority and ask them. For example, if you have flights in the International City you could contact the International City Local Authority.
This may be a bit easier than trying to get information from City Region’s Local Authority.
International City’s Local Authority Map
City Region of Joburg’s City Municipality
If you are flying into the City Region’s City Municipality you have to travel to the City Municipality’s city border and ask for city information. The City Region’s City Municipality is split up into three regions.
The City Region of Joburg’s City Municipality comprises the City of Johannesburg, City of West Gate, Johannesburg Central, City of Midrand, and Randburg.