ENAV Awarded Tender for Development of Dubai World Central Airport

The most ambitious airport project in the world chooses Italy to handle its air traffic

- Rome, Italy

ENAV, Italian Company for Air Navigation Services, has been awarded the International tender for support to the development of Dubai World Central Airport, and to optimize air traffic flows in the entire Dubai area.

This strategic tender has been awarded to ENAV in the face of competition from the major international competitors in the field of flight consultancy. The Dubai World Central Airport is the world’s most ambitious airport project, with 5 runways, 12 million tons of merchandise and 160 million passengers, it will be 10 times larger than the current Dubai International Airport, and will handle almost double the number of passengers compared to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, currently the airport with the heaviest traffic in the world.

This result – said CEO Massimo Garbini – definitively confirms both our professional and our commercial capability. We are proud to be a partner of Dubai Airport, the largest airport and the one with the most traffic in the world, and this gives us a strategic position in the strongest area of world air transport.

ENAV is now present in over 20 countries in the world with its own services and is a leader in the modernization and development of fast-growing airports and air spaces.

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