From May 9 to June 22, the airline changed about 30 flights to DWC.
After a 45-day rehabilitation effort, the Northern Runway at Dubai International (DXB) Airport is now operational, according to Dubai Airport.
On Wednesday, the first planes were welcomed into the recently renovated runway.
Several foreign airlines, including flydubai, SpiceJet, Indigo, Gulf Air, Air India Express, and Qatar Airways, were flying from the Dubai World Central (DWC) Airport throughout the 45-day refurbishing campaign from May 9 to June 22.
The Dubai World Central (DWC) Airport was home to a number of foreign airlines, including flydubai, SpiceJet, Indigo, Gulf Air, Air India Express, and Qatar Airways. The Northern Runway repair work at Dubai International (DXB) had reached its halfway point and was prepared to reopen on June 22, according to a statement from Dubai Airport on June 10.
At DXB, 3,000 people and more than 1,000 vehicles worked nonstop to finish the project. The necessary work included resurfacing the entire 4.5 km long Northern runway, strengthening the larger runway strip, and upgrading drainage infrastructure. It also entailed reinforcing the asphalt at strategic taxiway entrances and exits.