Why Dubai

We are strategically located in Dubai in Business Bay.  The leading business hub just next to the world's tallest tower Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall.

Dubai World Central (DWC)

Dubai World Central (DWC) is a master-planned city centering on the Al Maktoum International Airport, which will become the world's largest airport upon completion.  The airport will have capacity to handle over 200 million passengers and 16 million tonnes of cargo annually. Designed to be 'The Centre of Tomorrow', the city spans approximately 145 square kilometers and is currently one of the biggest urban developments in the UAE.

DWC has eight integrated districts:

1. Residential 2. Commercial 3. Logistics 4. Aviation 5. Humanitarian 6. Golf 7. Exhibition 8. The Al Maktoum International Airport

New Airport

In September 2014, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, approved plans to launch a US$32 billion expansion of Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central, paving the way for what had been announced as the biggest airport project in the world. It opened for passenger operations in October 2013 and can accommodate 5 million travellers per year. The first phase of the expansion will involve the construction of two satellite buildings which will increase capacity to about 120 million passengers per year. In the second phase, two new runways and storage hangars will be added. The plan is to complete phase two to coincide with the start of Expo 2020 in Dubai. In the third and final phase, the airport plans to boast five parallel runways, which can be operated simultaneously, and to have enough gates and storage hangars to house 100 double-decker Airbus 380 planes at a time. The final annual capacity of the new airport is projected to be about 220 million passengers.

EXPO 2020

Dubai's World Expo is held under the theme of Connecting Minds, Creating the Future, echoing the powerful spirit of partnership and co-operation that has driven the UAE's success in pioneering new paths of development and innovation. Through this theme, Expo 2020 Dubai will serve as a catalyst, connecting minds from around the world and inspiring participants to mobilise around shared challenges, during a World Expo of unprecedented global scope, under the sub-themes of: Mobility, Sustainability & Opportunity.

Expo 2020 Dubai is expected to attract 25 million visits, 70 per cent of which will be from overseas. This will be the first Expo in which the majority of visitors stem from beyond a nation's borders. Running from 20 October 2020 through 10 April 2021, the Expo will launch the country's Golden Jubilee celebrations and serve as a springboard from which to inaugurate a progressive and sustainable vision for the coming decades.

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