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Dubai is now officially home the world’s busiest international airport

Now the city in the United Arab Emirates with the world's largest mall and the world's tallest building can add world’s busiest international airport to its list of superlatives

New jogging track opens at Safa Park

Dubai: Safa Park’s boundaries have been pushed deeper inside to make way for work related to the Dubai Canal project.

Dubai Metro breakdown leaves hundreds stuck

Service on the Red Line of Dubai Metro was disrupted around noon on Wednesday, causing commuters considerable inconvenience.

Aviation in Dubai to pitch in $88 billion

The overall economic impact of both aviation and tourism related activities in Dubai will rise to $53.1 billion in 2020 and hit $88.1 billion by 2030 and will support 1,194,700 jobs, Oxford Economics said on Monday.

Metro stations smart kiosks attract 632k users in four months

These kiosks contain a variety of information and services that meet the needs of the metro riders, and the service is nominated to the Hamdan bin Mohammed Smart Government Award in the Best Internal Cooperation category.

Dubai Tram opens new mass transit chapter

The future of public transport is here in Dubai. Commuting and connecting to different modes of transport will never be the same again with the sleek Dubai Tram arriving in style on Tuesday.

Leaders KSA: Riyadh Metro update

The man overseeing the construction of Riyadh’s $23bn Metro system tells CW’s conference that work is progressing well.

Jobs in UAE: Walk-in interviews today in Dubai, Abu Dhabi

Lady Taxi Drivers. Requirements: Valid UAE, GCC or home country driving licence; age 25-45; basic English/Arabic communication skills.

Dubai Tram available for public use from November 12

However, according to senior officials at the authority, only an official inauguration ceremony will take place on November 11, details of which will be announced soon. Also read: Dubai Tramway second phase work to start soon.

Discounted tram fare to be extended to elderly expatriates

The 50 per cent discount for Emirati senior citizens who use the Dubai Tram system or metro is to be extended to elderly expatriates.