Concourse Terminal 1 Building – Dubai International Airport

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Terminal 1 of the Dubai International Airport connects to the new Sheikh Rashid Terminal (concourse) which opened in April 2000, and is used for most commercial flights to Dubai. Its passenger capacity was increased to about 25 million passengers per year. Prior to the opening of the Sheikh Rashid Terminal, the Terminal 1 building was also the concourse for flight arrivals and departures.

Gamco Hangar for Airbus

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Aircraft Hangar for Gulf Aircraft Maintenance Company for A380 at Abu Dhabi Airport.

Royal Airwing Hangars – Dubai International Airport

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Royal Airwing Hangar complex at the Dubai International Airport in the UAE measures 600 x 110 x 30 meters and is the world’s largest aircraft hangar. The massive complex is now home to the Dubai ruling family’s private aircraft. The open-span, eight-bay Royal Airwing Hangar is 600 metres wide and 110 metres deep, and will hold up to eight aircraft. At the front, the hangar has eight sets of doors that span 584 meters, each of which is 25.8 meters high.

Dubai Airshow Building & Exhibition Hall

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Dubai Airshow and Exhibition Hall, a 76,769 sq. built-up area, consisting of three 20m-high separate halls and a Royal Pavilion is hosting the yearly “Dubai Airshow”, the Middle East’s leading aerospace event, as well as other events in the F&E Aerospace portfolio, such as “The Middle East Business Aviation” or “The Aircraft Interiors Middle East”.

Duty Free Building – Dubai International Airport

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Dubai Duty Free, is one of the leading airport retailers in the world, featuring a 1,150 sq. central outlet that offers the major categories of merchandise.

Cargo Mega Terminal – Dubai International Airport ULD structure

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Dubai Airports’ Cargo Mega Terminal, built on a 43,600 square meter site and with a capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per year, handles all types of cargo from one central location. The terminal has fully-automated workstations and is one of the most technologically advanced cargo terminals in the world.

Cargo Mega Terminal – Dubai International Airport Envelope Structure

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Dubai Airports’ Cargo Mega Terminal, built on a 43,600 square meter site and with a capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per year, handles all types of cargo from one central location. The terminal has fully-automated workstations and is one of the most technologically advanced cargo terminals in the world.

Airport Metro Station and Pedestrian Bridges

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The metro station serves Dubai International Airport’s main terminal, which is used by all the major airlines.

Light Maintenance Hangars for Emirates Airlines

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The four Aircraft Hangar Bays carry out aircraft light maintenance for various sized aircrafts, including the A380, at the existing West Apron of Emirates Engineering, Dubai International Airport.

Automated People Mover, Dubai International Airport

Automated People Mover, Dubai International Airport

The APM (Automated People Mover) connects the new airside, Concourse 4, with the existing Terminal 1, consisting of a Pinched Loop Operation with a total length of 1.3 km of steel bridges.