UAE AVIATION INDUSTRY.

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Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Discussion........................................................................................................................................3The development of Airports.......................................................................................................3Connectivity between Abu Dhabi and Dubai..............................................................................5Helicopter Sightseeing.................................................................................................................7Evolution of Helicopter Taxi.......................................................................................................8References......................................................................................................................................11
IntroductionThe emblem of the United Arab Emirates features the Hawk of Quraish, a very sleek goldenflacon which can used to represent the current position of the global aviation level of UAE in themarket. The country is a federation of seven nations or emirates which was established in 1971.It has constituent emirates namely the Ajman, Abu Dhabi (the capital), Dubai,Ras al-Khaimah,Umm al-Quwain, Fujairah and Sharjah. Every single emirate has been governed by their absolutemonarchy who have formed their Federal Supreme Council. The economy of the UAE has beenconsidered to be one of the most diversified in the whole Gulf Cooperation Council and Dubaicity has been emerged as an international aviation hub and a global city. The government ofUAE spends heavily on development of aerospace and aviation sector for diversifying theeconomy apart from depending on gas and oil. Over USD 136 billion will be spent by UAE stateagencies and companies until 2020 for making it a global transport hub in order to become theworld’s largest airline industriesThe UAE has been spending a lot on its aviation sector and taking key early steps in theadvancement of the foothold of the country in the aviation industry.The country’s ability fordiversifying the economy far away from the hydrocarbon sales can prove out to be the testamenttowards growth in the aviation sector. On the basis of 2013 figures, it can be seen that the AsiaPacific region is has the largest air transport market in the world accounting for 31% share of thetotal traffic whereas the UAE is considered to be the world’s fastest growing air transport marketwith a rate of 11.2%. It has been encountered that the international traffic has grown by 10.9% inthe Middle East.
DiscussionThe development of AirportsOver 94 destinations are being served in 56 countries by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) andAbu Dhabi International Airport (AUH). This airport has won multiple number of awards andhas been regarded as the home to the Etihad Airways having ambitious expansion projects. It hasbeen anticipated that over twenty million passengers will use this airport as their origin, transit,destination point for domestic as well as international flight in the next five years. Therefore, theemirates of Dubai have been planning on to cater for the increasing and growing air traffic byexpanding its second airport called theAl Maktoum International at Dubai World Central forhandling around 120 million passengers in the next coming years. The future hub of Emirateshave a reworked design which will enable the DAC or the Dubai Airports Company for handlingover 240 million annual travelers annually. Once completed it will have the capacity of handling200 million passengers along with 16 million ton of cargo in a year. Furthermore, the airport hubwill also become the nerve center of around 140-square-kilometre multiphase development of sixclustered zones including the Commercial City, Dubai Logistics City (DLC), Residential City,
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