Dubai is the business hub of the Middle East, making it a commonplace for private jet charters to fly to. It was renowned as the most expensive city in the world in 2012. Dubai’s oil revenue accelerated its industrial progress. Dubai only began contending with the larger economies in the late 20th century, making it the fastest growing economy. Now Dubai maintains its revenue mostly from tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services. With one of the most incredible skylines in the world and their 300 days of pure sunshine, Dubai is a great destination for recreation or business. Flying into Dubai International Airport (DXB) is as simple as calling American Charter Services to book a domestic or international flight today!
The hot desert climate of Dubai makes for a reliably sunny trip with plans uninterrupted by weather. Dubai is significantly different from that of the southern portion of the United Arab Emirates in that much of Dubai’s landscape consists of crushed shell and coral sand. As opposed to the gravel-based southern portion of the land, Dubai’s beaches are a fine, clean sand.
Off the coast of Dubai are three artificially made islands where resorts and activities have recently sprung up. Atlantis, The Palm hotel, built on one of these beach islands, is based on the myth of the lost sunken city of the same name. This hotel has a massive aquarium, a private beach, and an Aquaventure water park. The mystical adornments and artwork simulate a feeling of wonder and discovery for its guests.
The largest congregation of amusement parks in Dubai is the Dubai Parks and Resorts. Some of the parks included in this area are Legoland, Six Flags, and Bollywood Parks Dubai. Another area of amusement park development is Dubailand. It is one of the most ambitious leisure parks and has six themed zones for many visitor preferences. One of the attractions, the Dubai Miracle Garden is a flower garden featuring over 109 million planted flowers.
A common theme of Dubai is to go for the biggest and best. While this has sometimes halted many projects due to economic shifts, Dubai remains an ever-progressing city. It continues to break expectations today. One of the best examples of this is the Burj Khalifa. By far the tallest building in the world, it was finished building in 2010. Millions of visitors look down from the sky observatory on the Burj Khalifa every year to see the choreographed Dubai Fountain and the rest of the city from above. Ski Dubai breaks another record as the largest indoor snow park in the world. This establishment allows desert inhabitants to experience skiing and snowboarding.
While Dubai has one of the most extreme and lavish cultures, it is the ninth safest city in the world. This is due partly to strict Sharia Laws. Drinking is very limited by licensing and only to hotels or clubs. Taking a private jet charter to Dubai would be safer than to the United States or Europe. From there, other popular places nearby include Italy or The Maldives. Call 561-475-3260 to book a trip to Dubai or any other incredible destination in the world.