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In January this year, 333,286 passengers travelled to London from Dubai International In January this year, 333,286 passengers travelled to London from Dubai International

Dubai Airports Signs MoU with the UK’s BCI

Dubai Airports recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with UK-based Business Continuity Institute (BCI), as part of its efforts to enhance organisational resilience and risk management capabilities.

With this partnership BCI and Dubai Airports commit to promote resilience activities throughout the region and the emirate’s aviation sector through the development of joint research initiatives, co-operation on new or existing resilience programmes, and the exchange of information.

Commenting on the partnership, Majed Al Joker, executive vice president, corporate affairs, Dubai Airports, outlines, “We are committed to creating awareness that allows all our stakeholders to properly anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to any challenge or disruptions, and the best approach to achieve those objectives is by applying best practices and standards. As our strategic business partners, we believe BCI will help us enhance our business and operational resilience capabilities.”