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Dubai's DCA gears up for ATM

Dubai’s Department of Civil Aviation is set to make a splash at the Arabian Travel Market.

Dubai’s Department of Civil Aviation is set to make a splash at the Arabian Travel Market, the region’s leading tradeshow for the travel industry. The DCA, which will be exhibiting on Dubai’s Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing stand, will have representatives on hand from Dubai International Airport, Dubai Duty Free, Dubai Cargo Village and the Aviation Club to present and promote their wide range of services.

“The Arabian Travel Market has emerged as one of the most important events as it continues to attracts numerous important companies and thousands of visitors. It is a platform for Dubai to boost its travel and trade ties. The Department of Civil Aviation has always been a participant in this exhibition as we hope to attract more business and leisure travellers to Dubai,” says HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, president of the Department of Civil Aviation and chairman of Emirates.

The DCA has been one of the key players in promoting Dubai, and helping the Emirate attract both business and leisure travelers. The success of this drive is reflected in the number of passenger movements at Dubai International, which have grown by 221% over the last 10 years.

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