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Near Clock Tower, Al Ittihad Road, Deira


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Dubai Custom


?Dubai Customs Head Quarters Building Al Mina Road Dubai, United Arab Emirates Abu Hail, Dubai

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Dubai Customs is one of the ancient government departments known as “Al Furdha (taxes on all imported goods). As it became firmly established, Dubai Customs was called “the Mother of Government Departments” particularly because some of the other departments were based at the Customs old building and financed from within the revenue collected by Customs. Dubai Customs, over its long history, which extends over one hundred years, passed through many stages.
In the era of the Late Sheikh Rashid Bin Said Al Maktoum Ruler of Dubai, Dubai Customs started to adopt an institutional direction. The first floor of the Customs old building was used by the Ruler of Dubai as his official office reflecting the critical role of Customs and its position in Dubai, which was renowned for its trade and traders. Keeping pace with the building and corporate development, Dubai Custom gained a regional and international image.
By virtue of its advanced infrastructure and state of the art management facilities and services, Dubai was a destination of choice for investors and businessmen. On 1 April 2001, Dubai Customs entered a new stage when the Late Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai issued Law No. (1) Of 2001 establishing the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation i.e. merger of Dubai Customs , Dubai Ports and Free Zone Authorities. On 1 May 2001 HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-president and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, who was then Crown Prince of Dubai and Minister of Defenses and President of the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation issued a decree appointing Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem as an executive Chairman of the Corporation. Being a part of a major corporation contributing to Dubai’s economy, Dubai Customs started to reconcile its new organizational position. To do so, a comprehensive review to its structures and operations was conducted.
A detailed report identifying areas of weakness and strength was produced. The report was a start up point for reconsidering the organizational strategy, objectives, processes and procedures. A new strategy, organization structure and way ahead directions complying with Dubai Vision, expectations and future plans have been developed. A Reform and Modernization Program being a tool for achieving Dubai Customs` visions as a leading Customs administration in the world and meeting its general objective was undertaken.

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The leading customs administration in the world supporting legitimate trade.

Our Mission
Protecting the society and sustaining economic development through compliance and facilitation.

Fujairah International Airport


, Dubai

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Fujairah International Airport has been designed to handle all types of aircraft. It has a 45-metre wide, 3.75km long runway with three turning loops and taxiway conforming to LCN-100, the ICAO standard. Main approach is from over the ocean and employees category, which is the main one for landing aircraft and employs Category 1 ILS DVOR/ DME and NDB instruments for navigation. The approach from the landward side is runway-11. The airport is likewise equipped with Secondary Surveillance Radar for approach control, range 250 NM with a color raster display.
There is ample parking on the apron for all sizes of aircraft at the same time. The two-storied terminal has separate entrances for departures and arrivals and there is an exclusive cargo terminal directly opposite with an access road of its own. As a freighter-friendly airport, we have all the necessary equipment and operational skills to handle all types of passenger and cargo aircraft.

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The dominant presence of cutting edge innovation in technology on one end and skillfully experienced manpower on the other makes Fujairah International Airport’s Terminal Services world class.
Apart from the cargo terminal, there is engineering and airline maintenance support building, a light aircraft hangar, an aviation center and a complete ground services facility. The fuel stores, run by three companies: ADNOC, EPPCO and EMARAT offer 24-hour refueling services.

Dubai International Airport


Dubai Airport Road , Dubai

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1959: Dubai International was established following the construction of the first airfield on a vast expanse of a wasteland some four kilometres from what was then the edge of the city. The humble facility consisted of an 1800-metre compacted runway, an apron area, a terminal building and a fire station.
1960: The airport was opened and was capable of handling aircraft up to the size of a DC-3.
1969: Dubai International accommodated nine airlines serving a total of 20 destinations. Ten years later, in December 1980 to be precise, the airport joined the International Civil Airports Organisation (ICAO) as an ordinary member.
1988: Passenger throughput at the airport increased was 4.3 million and 9.7 million in 1998.
2000: The opening of Sheikh Rashid Terminal, also known as Terminal 1, marked the start of a new chapter in Dubai’s aviation history. Built as part of the first phase of the general expansion project at a cost of AED2 billion, the Terminal increased the Airport’s capacity from 10 million to 25 million.
2002: Dubai International was ranked the second fastest growing airport in the world according to Airports Council International (ACI) traffic statistics. The facility handled around 18 million passengers in 2003 and was established as the aviation hub of the Middle East.
2007: Department of Civil Aviation is restructured leading to the formation of Dubai Airports – responsible for the development and management of Dubai’s airport(s) and Dubai Civil Aviation Authority – the local aviation regulatory body.
2008: Dubai Airports opened the much-awaited Dubai International Terminal 3 for the exclusive use of Emirates Airline. The flawless opening of the world’s largest single terminal not only expanded Dubai International’s capacity to 60 million, it won the airport accolades from passengers and the aviation industry worldwide.
2009: Passenger throughput surpasses the 40 million mark with traffic reaching 40.9 million in 2009, and Dubai International becomes the world’s fastest growing airport among top 50 major hubs.
Work begins on Concourse 3, the A380 dedicated facility for Emirates’ super jumbo fleet. The facility is expected to be ready by 2012.
Terminal 2 undergoes major refurbishment for the launch of flydubai, Dubai’s own low cost airline.
2010: Dubai Airports prepares for the opening of the first phase of Dubai World Central – Al Maktoum International (DWC) for cargo operations on June 27.
Today, Dubai International is one of the fastest growing major hubs and among the world’s top 5 airports in terms of international passenger and cargo traffic.

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Dubai International was the fastest growing airport for international passengers in 2009 and continues to be one of the busiest airports in the world in terms of international passenger and cargo traffic. Dubai International is connected to over 220 destinations across six continents through some 130 scheduled airlines.
It is comprised of three terminals, including the award-winning Emirates Terminal 3 which opened in October 2008. Widely acknowledged in the industry as the most successfully

Dubai International Airport Terminal 1

Airport Road , Dubai

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Terminal 1 at Dubai International Airport is served by around 75 airlines and can handle a total of 30 million passengers annually. Terminal 1 at Dubai Airport is also connected to the Sheikh Rashid Departures Terminal known as Concourse 1 via a 300 metre long underground tunnel with travelators.
Dubai Airport’s Terminal 1 consists of 221 check in counters which has separate sections for business and First class passengers. Arrivals at Terminal 1 in Dubai Airport are handled by 14 baggage reclaim belts and 40 passport security control desks.
Terminal 1 at Dubai Airport was originally built to handle around 21 million passengers a year, however with the extreme increase of passenger numbers at the terminal, Dubai International Airport was initially forced to expand Terminal 1 to handle 30 million passengers a year with the opening of 28 remote gates. Over the years, more mobile gates were added to Dubai Airport bringing the current total to 48.

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