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Dubai Airports wins at Aviation Business Awards

Posted 18 October 2017 · Add Comment

Dubai Airports, Dubai International (DXB), and Dubai World Central (DWC), were honoured with two awards at the 11th Aviation Business Awards on Wednesday.

DXB won the Airport of the Year award while CEO Paul Griffiths was recognised as the Aviation Executive of the Year.

DXB won the Airport of the Year category based on the hub’s success with significantly enhancing airport experience by introducing the latest in technology and innovative ideas to make passengers’ journey more comfortable while managing the phenomenal growth in traffic. Griffiths, who marks 10 years at the helm at Dubai Airports this year, has been instrumental in delivering the two key priorities – to never constrain growth and to ensure quality customer service through constant innovation. Under Griffith’s leadership, the company delivered on both priorities in 2016-2017.

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