Take your first step towards the Career of your Dreams,

Discover Indovance Download our Brochure

Edit Template
Edit Template

Dubai is Set to Build the World’s Largest Airport Terminals

Dubai is gearing up to build new passenger terminals at the Al Maktoum International Airport. Dubai’s Prime Minister and Vice President Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum took to X (previously Twitter) to reveal plans for the ambitious project. With a construction cost of USD 35 billion, they will be the world’s largest airport terminals, setting a new standard for aviation infrastructure on a global scale.

With the global population on the rise, the demand for new infrastructure increases to ensure smooth societal functioning. The development of new roads, highways, railways, and airports is crucial to mitigate urban traffic congestion and modernize outdated infrastructure systems. Imagine how many airports will need to be constructed to meet escalating travel demands and accommodate the increasing number of passengers worldwide.

Features of the World’s Largest Airport Terminal

The new terminals be five times larger than the current Dubai International Airport, taking the capacity of the Al Maktoum International Airport to over 260 million passengers annually. With five passenger terminal buildings and 400 aircraft gates, it will efficiently manage passenger flow, offering a seamless experience.

Additionally, there will be five parallel runways and allow handling of more than 12 million tons of cargo annually. It will feature the latest international technologies and sustainability standards, including green building strategies to prioritize energy efficiency and environmental conservation, ensuring a more eco-friendly and innovative approach to aviation infrastructure.

Key facts-

  • Passenger capacity of over 260 million passengers
  • 5 passenger terminal buildings housing more than 400 aircraft gates
  • 5 parallel runways
  • 5 times the size of Dubai International Airport
  • 12 million tons annual cargo capacity

With the construction of these new terminals, Dubai aims to be the frontrunner in aviation and urban development, showcasing its commitment to innovation and progress on a global scale. They are developing a cutting-edge transportation hub and building an entire city around the airport.

Demand for Increasing Infrastructure Development and Net Zero Targets

Increasing demand for infrastructure means billions in investment in the coming years, and also taking a sustainable approach. As achieving net-zero emissions has become a primary objective, decarbonizing the built environment becomes essential, and not just operational practices but also the materials utilized in construction. By reducing carbon footprints associated with infrastructure operations and implementing eco-friendly building materials and technologies, we can significantly mitigate the environmental impact of urban development.

Embracing sustainability principles in infrastructure development not only helps combat climate change but also fosters resilience and ensures the longevity and efficiency of built structures for future generations.

Latest Posts
  • All Posts
  • Architecture
  • CAD Info
  • Civil
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Events
  • Industry Info and CAD Tips
  • Mechanical
  • News
  • Press Releases
  • Publishing
  • Signage
  • Uncategorised
  • Uncategorized

Related Posts

Quick Links

Indovance Inc

Billing Address

1051 Pemberton Hill Road, Suite 101,
Apex, NC 27502, USA


Indovance Pvt Ltd

Offshore CAD Studio

4th Floor, Navale Prestige, Narhe,
Pune 411 041, Maharashtra, India

© 2023 Indovance. All Rights Reserved.
Scroll to Top