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Dubai Airports CEO is Connecting the World
Dubai Airports' growth is astronomical and soon to be the world's largest airport with a capacity to handle 160 million passengers. Prior to moving to Dubai as CEO of Dubai Airports in 2007, Paul Griffiths was Managing Director of London's Gatwick Airport. TravelMole catches up with Mr. Griffiths for an update and retrospective.
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