Mustafa Abdel Azim (Dubai) Airlines operating in UAE airports have regained more than 70% of the seat capacity they were occupying before the Covid-19 pandemic, after the scheduled capacity of its flight to the country this week exceeded the one million seat barrier, according to OA data. GG, which showed Dubai International Airport retaining its first position as the largest international airport in scheduled seat capacity during November 2021. And the data of the aviation data organization stated that the scheduled seat capacity during the week starting from November 22, 2021 increased to 1.03 million scheduled seats, compared to With 1.02 million scheduled seats during the previous week, and by 103.3% on an annual basis compared to the same period in 2020, the aviation sector in the Emirates will prepare for about 70% of seat capacity, compared to pre-pandemic levels, which reflects the strong growth in the aviation sector After resuming flight. The data indicated that the scheduled seat capacity via Emirates Airlines during the week that started from November 22 this year increased to about 850.1 thousand seats, a growth of 1% compared to the previous week. Data from “OAG” specialized aviation data showed that the airport recorded 3.07 million scheduled seats on international flights during this November, which enables it to maintain its first position in the world, with a difference of nearly 850,000 seats between London Heathrow Airport, which came in second place by about 2.22 million seats, then Amsterdam Airport in third place with 2.2 million seats, then Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in fourth place with 2.06 million seats, then Frankfurt Airport in fifth place with 2.03 million seats. Dubai captured 5 of the busiest international flight routes, which include flight routes starting or ending in Dubai to and from Riyadh, London Heathrow, Jeddah, Bahrain and Cairo. The scheduled seat capacity at Dubai International Airport increased during November 2021 by 12.5% compared to October 2021.