One of the world’s largest airport projects has come to a halt, prompted by challenging economic conditions, Bloomberg has reported. Dubai’s Al Maktoum International, also known as Dubai World Central, is destined to have an annual passenger capacity of 240 million by 2040-50. Currently, it serves slightly less than 1 million passengers a year, but its recently completed first expansion phase has taken its capacity to 26 million. Explaining the installation of such apparent ...

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