By Air
More than 135 airlines operate through the Dubai International Airport, linking the emirate to 210 destinations worldwide. Other international airports in the UAE are in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah. Airport facilities include duty free shops, banks, restaurants, cafes, exchange points, post offices, car hire services and ATM machines. Taxi and bus services are also available from each airport.

By Sea
The UAE’s main ports are Jebel Ali in Dubai, Port Rashid and Port Zayed in Abu Dhabi, Port Khalid in Sharjah, Port Saqr in Ras Al Khaimah, and Fujairah Port. Cruises regularly call at Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and there are passenger services to and from the USA, Far East, Australia and Europe.

By Road
There is easy road access to Oman and Saudi Arabia from Dubai. Buses run daily between Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Oman. Bus services from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria also go to Abu Dhabi regularly.

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The Green Week will take place for its second year at the same time as WETEX 2015, from 21-23 April 2015
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Dubai has a track record of being the place where some of the world’s largest oil & gas contracts and other related trading activities take place.

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DEWA hosts the annual SmarTech as part of the 17th Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (WETEX 2015), focusing on the global challenges in the environment sector, finding innovative eco-friendly solutions to support economic growth is essential to preserving and protecting natural resources...
The exhibition provides additional opportunities for WETEX’s visitors and exhibitors to learn more about the latest developments in water, energy and the environment.
WETEX 2015 presents the latest technologies in the field of water and electricity conservation.