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DXB sees 7.2 million passengers pass its doors in September

Posted 1 November 2018 · Add Comment

Dubai International (DXB) saw 7.2 million customers pass through its doors in September as traffic rose to 67.5 million for the year.

Traffic was down slightly (-0.2%) in September versus last year due to the fact that Eid Al Adha holidays, a period of high traffic, fell in September 2017.

It was the sixth time this year that DXB’s monthly traffic surpassed the 7 million mark, helping finish off the third quarter with 23.8 million customers, up 1%.

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