Month: July 2016

Interesting facts about Dubai Sky Scrappers

Dubai is a stunning city with many beautiful sites to behold.  The city is endowed with most amazing skyline filled and is referred to as desert jewel because it stands out in the desert. The city is clad with extremely tall buildings with unique designs and their tops above the clouds. Each building has a unique design and features beautiful architecture, water fountains, ample parking and other numerous decorations and artwork. Burj Khalifa The Burj Khalifa is the tallest man made superstructure ever constructed. It holds many world records among them, the building with most floors, the tallest skyscraper, the building with highest elevator, world longest travel by elevator, world highest restaurant and hotel, world second highest swimming pool at 76th floor among others. It is the most iconic structure in Dubai with a height of 829.8 meters and is two times taller than Empire state building and three times taller than Eiffel Tower.  It was completed in 2010 and used numerous tons of steel and concrete. It has supreme well refurbished offices for business, hotels, observation decks and rooms. It has the highest observation decks and therefore the best point to view over Dubai high-rise buildings and the town. In addition, it features superior external and internal architectural designs as well as art work which are amazing to observe. It has 57 elevators, 8 escalators, high speed lift,...

Read More

The Blooming Story of Aviation Industry of the UAE

UAE has a flourishing tourism industry. As a result of the same there are other sectors which are flourishing. One of them is the aviation industry. The air transport to and fro from UAE has a major impact on the economy of the country. The impact on a country’s economy is usually measured by the role an industry has to play in the GDP, the jobs it creates and the supply chain. The aviation industry of the UAE is expected to continue the boom it has created in the last decade according to economists. The Dubai airport is expected to have a fleet of 79 million this year and become the busiest airport in the world leaving London’s Heathrow. The time zone advantage and Dubai’s good access to rest of the world has made it more accessible creating direct positive impact on the aviation, tourism and hospitality sectors. Source: http://www.uaeinteract.com/news/article_pics/uae-61609.jpg The Footprint of Aviation Industry on UAE’s GDP The aviation industry has always been a contributor to the GDP of UAE creating jobs and bringing in talent. From 6.2% in 2011 to approx. 15% in the year 2015, the contribution of the aviation sector has increased by almost 4% every year. Talking about jobs, currently there are about 250,000 direct jobs in the aviation sector and 225,000 indirect jobs according to Laila Al Muhairi who is the Executive Director...

Read More

Post Free Ads

UAE’s Online Market Place

Post 2-1.jpg
Post 3.jpg
Post 1.jpg
Post 4.jpg
oforo post 1.jpg
oforo post 3.jpg

Categories