Dubai to open new terminal in October – signalling new aviation jobs

DUBAI: Dubai’s new international airport, which started cargo operations in 2010, will open its long-delayed passenger terminal on October 27 with two budget airlines launching services there, airport authorities said yesterday. European low-cost carrier Wizz Air and Saudi Arabia’s nasair will begin passenger operations into Dubai World Central, Dubai Airports said.

Aviation Jobs Alert

With the terminal now due to open in 5 months, it is likely that Dubai Airport Administration will soon be recruiting for additional staff and this is a great time to be making speculative enquiries about jobs.

Dubai World Central is designed eventually to cater to 160 million passengers, which would make it the world’s largest airport on completion. It is supposed ultimately to replace the emirate’s current international airport, Dubai International – though this will not happen before next decade at the earliest.

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