Dubai International Airport's runways carried out with minimal disruptions
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Dubai International Airport's runways carried out with minimal disruptions

Dubai International Airport's runways carried out with minimal disruptions

The renovation of two runways at the Dubai International Airport has been carried out with minimal troubles in flight operations due to a 'well-planned' execution of the 'complicated' project within the 80-day schedule with all the stakeholders working together with a one-team spirit. Shaikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) and Dubai Air Navigation Services (DANS), had formed a committee comprising of all concerned departments and companies. This committee, under his supervision, laid a 'perfect' programme, which lead to the successful completion of the project in record time, avoiding any obstacles that could have been caused during the work whilst, documenting the workflow in daily reports, Khaleej Times reported.Mohammed Abdulla Ahli, Director-General of DCAA and CEO of DANS, said the project involved the upgradation and maintenance of the two runways in the most innovative and effective manner without entailing the complete closure of the flight operations.
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