Hub airport

A hub airport, or airline hub, is a central location used by multiple airlines to concentrate their operations and connect passengers and cargo from various origins to numerous destinations.

These airports are strategically chosen for their geographic location and infrastructure, making them ideal transfer points where flights converge, and passengers can efficiently connect to onward destinations.

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is a prime example. It is the world’s busiest airport by international passenger traffic and serves as a connecting point for travelers globally.

Hub airports are designed to efficiently manage high passenger volumes and have advanced facilities and services, such as large and modern terminals, shops, restaurants, and lounges.

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