Dubai’s Aviation District at Al Maktoum International Airport - DWC
Dubai based DBS, specialists in Business Development & Business Integration Solutions, has been selected as the first authorized partner for the Aviation District in Dubai South.
The new airport city is adjacent to Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai World Central (DWC) and Jebel Ali Seaport, the ninth largest seaport in the world.
"We are delighted to have secured the first agency agreement with Dubai South to communicate the value proposition and facilitate leasing process within the Aviation District," said Arif Alameri, CEO and Founder of DBS.
"We are perfectly positioned to offer investors and businesses opportunities for hangars, offices, storage & hospitality. DBS facilitates strategic opportunities for investors in the field of aviation, aerospace or supporting services. Our turnkey solutions support the growth of investment during its lifecycle.
“We are supporting the establishment of Strategic Alliances to help businesses grow, gain entry to both new markets & expertise & to share the risk or cost of major development projects.”
Frank Haupt, Managing Partner at DBS added, “We will be attending NBAA BACE so we can directly meet with members of the business aviation community & put forward the unique advantages of the Dubai South Project to OEMs, completions, airframers, service centres, parts distribution & many more exciting possibilities.”
A convergence of opportunities
The last decade has seen the global economy shift towards new & emerging markets. A growing middle-class in the Middle East, Africa & South Asia (MEASA) is an untapped resource with an increased GDP of $8.1 trillion across all industries - a fair amount by any imagination.
Dubai South: The city of progressive aviation
Dubai South is an integrated airport city that spans 145 sq.km. It is being built around Al Maktoum International Airport, which will be the world’s largest airport. Launched as a Government of Dubai project, it will host 1 million people, creating 500,000 jobs. The project aims to maintain the Emirates' unfailing position of developing the world’s leading centres for trade, transportation and investment. It also serves to boost Dubai’s status as the aviation capital of the world.
The master-planned city, home to Expo 2020, consists of eight integrated districts, including the Aviation District; Simpliﬁed business channels due to Dubai South’s direct engagement with relevant authorities such as the Department of Aviation Authority, local municipalities, customs, immigration & police authorities; Dedicated plots with aprons and readily available infrastructure for Code C and Code F aircraft.
BlueSky Business Aviation News | 11th October 2018 | Issue #482
© BlueSky Business Aviation News Ltd 2008-2018