DWC breaks ground on aviation district exec terminal at DWC's first purpose built aerotropolis

Posted on 10th December 2014

Dubai World Central (DWC), the world’s first purpose-built aerotropolis, has broken ground on a new executive terminal that will cater exclusively to business aviation.

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The 6,000 square meter terminal is being built within DWC’s Aviation District and is scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2015. The facility will host Jet Aviation, XJet, and Jetex as key fixed-base operators.

The executive terminal will feature dedicated customs, immigration and police services as well as separate drop-of and executive lounge areas. It also provides walkable, direct access to the apron.

The new executive terminal will be supported by an US$ 80 million VIP Completion Centre being built by Falcon Aviation, which was announced earlier this week. It will also be completed by the end of 2015.  DWC's Aviation district is a 6.7 square kilometer master planned area within the aerotropolis, and next to Al Maktoum International Airport.

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Falcon Aviation at Dubai World Central (DWC)

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