11-14-2014, 12:03 PM
| | Dubai`s Dnata airport revenue up by 3%
Dubai`s Dnata, one of the largest suppliers of combined air services in the world, saw its airport operations revenue in the first half of this year incline only by 3 percent according to Emirate`s Group.
But compared to last year, Dnta profits dropped by 26 percent to reach a sum of Dh339 million as a result of less aircraft handling at Dubai International and Dubai World Central.
Keeping in mind that Dubai International closed for 80 days this year for maintenance and upgrades of the airport.
Dnata, founded by the UAE`s ruler, Ahmed bin Seed Al Maktoum and offers aircraft ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services across five continents employing 20,000 employees on a worldwide scale.