Dubai World Central International Airport

About
Name: Dubai World Central International Airport
Identifier:  DWC/OMDW
Serves:  Dubai
Owner:  Government of Dubai
Operator:  Dubai Airports Company
Public/Private:  Public
Local Time:  26. Aug 04:10 UTC+04
Description: Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, is an international airport in Jebel Ali, 37 kilometres southwest of Dubai, United Arab Emirates that opened on 27 June 2010.[1] It is the main part of Dubai South, a planned residential, commercial and logistics complex.
Source: Wikipedia
Location
Runways
Identifier Length (m/ft) Surface
12/30 4,500/14,764 Asphalt
13/31 1,838/6,020 Asphalt
Statistics
Flights per Day:
14 flights
Distance: 5,260km (3,268mi)
Flights delayed:
58% (5 flights per day delayed)
Delay Average: 6 minutes
Current Weather
 35 C (Humidity: 53%)
  9kt (16km/h / 10mph) from 330°
 Clear visibility

Current Delays

Departures
N/A
Arrivals
N/A

Destinations

Top Destinations
Airport Flights
per week
Seats
per week
  Hong Kong (HKG) 45 - 6 -4
  Shanghai (PVG) 10 - 1 -1
  Frankfurt (FRA) 10 - 1 0
  Luxembourg (LUX) 7 - 1 0
  Brussels (BRU) 6 - 0 0
  Hanoi (HAN) 5 - 0 0
  Guangzhou (CAN) 5 - 0 0
  Istanbul (ISL) 5 - 0 0
  Amsterdam (AMS) 5 - 0 0
  Zaragoza (ZAZ) 4 - 0 0

Airlines & Planes

Top Airlines
Airline Flights
per Day
Seats
per Day
  Emirates 15 49
  Cargolux Airlines International 1 -1
  Etihad Airways 1 0
  China Airlines 1 -
Wizz Air 1 192
  Kalitta Air 0 -
  Ethiopian Airlines 0 0
  Cathay Pacific 0 -
  Turkish Airlines 0 0
Uni-Top Airlines 0 -
  Cargologicair 0 0
Top Plane Types
Model Flights Seats
Boeing B777-200LR 17.8/day - -15.8
Boeing B747-400 4.6/day 0/day 0.13333333333333333
Boeing B747-800 1.4/day - -0.9333333333333333
Airbus A320 1.1/day 201/day 201.06666666666666
Airbus A300-600 0.5/day - 0
Airbus A330-200 0.2/day - -0.2
Airbus A380-800 0.1/day 65/day 65.2
Boeing B767-200 0.1/day - 0
McDonnell-Douglas MD11 0.1/day - -0.1
Airbus A319 0.1/day - 0
Airbus A330-300 0.1/day - 0