Dubai has a new airport.
Dubai’s airport is named after the Emirati emirate.
But a pilot has his own flights to Dubai, which is his home.
Dubai International Airport is named for the emirati emirs of the United Arab Emirates.
It has been renamed Dubai International Airport in honor of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the emirs father, who died in December 2017.
The pilot, a pilot, will take off and land at the Dubai International airport, located in Dubai, the UAE, on Monday, Dubai Times reported.
The airport is operated by Emirates Airlines.
In a statement, the airline said the pilot will be flying the first Emirates flight to Dubai.
The airport is also expected to be the new home for Emirates flight numbers 722 and 743.
The UAE’s Airports Authority has approved the name for the new airport in honor the emiriate, Dubai’s official news agency WAM reported.
Ibn Taymiyyah, a Dubai-based airline official, said the emiralate is known as the Emirates of the World.
“The emiratization of the Emirates is a milestone that is a victory for the region,” he told the Emirates newspaper Emirates.
“The name of Dubai is a symbol of the region and a symbol for the whole world.”
The UAE also announced plans to open an airline hub at the airport.
The emiriates airport has the capacity to handle around 200,000 passengers a day, according to Dubai Tourism Authority.
The United Arab Emirates has a capacity of around 70,000.
The Emirates said in a statement that the new Dubai International will be the second Emirates airport.
On March 1, 2019, Sheikh Mohammed announced the construction of Dubai International as the new regional hub, a development that was hailed by business and aviation officials worldwide.