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Name: UAE GOVERNMENT DUBAI AIR WING
7JetSet7 Code: DAW
Status: Operational
Region: MIDDLE EAST
City: DUBAI
Country: UAE
Employees 47
Web:
Email:
Telephone: +971 (4) 224 51 51
Fax: +971 (4) 224 44 10
Sita: DXBAWEK
Background
(definitions)

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DAW-MAP

NON-COMMERCIAL STATE ORGANIZATION CONDUCTING VIP PASSENGER & CARGO JET AIRPLANE FLIGHTS FOR THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES GOVERNMENT.

ADDRESS:
PO BOX 11097
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) (AL IMARAT AL-ARABIYA AL-MUTTAHIDA): POPULATION: 3.5 MILLION. A FEDERATION OF 7 SHEIKDOMS, UNDER BRITISH PROTECTION UNTIL 1971, THE (UAE) HAS ROCKETED IN A GENERATION FROM RURAL AND POOR, TO URBAN AND OIL-RICH. THE MEMBER STATES ARE ABU DHABI, AJMAN, DUBAI, FUJAIRAH, RAS-AL-KHAIMAH, SHARJAH, & UMM-AL-QIWAIN. A FAVORITE DESTINATION FOR TOURISTS TO THE ARABIAN PENINSULAR, THE (UAE) IS NOTABLE FOR ITS LARGE POPULATION OF GUEST EX-PATRIOT WORKERS, MANY FROM INDIA AND PAKISTAN, AND ITS GENERALLY PROGRESSIVE ATTITUDE TOWARD WOMEN. THE (UAE) COVERS AN AREA OF 83,600 SQ KM AND ITS CAPITAL CITY IS ABU DHABI. THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ARABIC. SEE ATTACHED MAP - - "DAW-MAP."

Dubai can either refer to one of the seven Emirates that constitute the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the eastern Arabian Peninsula, or that Emirate's main city, sometimes called "Dubai city" to distinguish it from the Emirate. The modern Emirate of Dubai was created with the formation of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in 1971. However, written accounts documenting the existence of the city have existed at least 150 years prior to the formation of the (UAE). Dubai shares legal, political, military and economic functions with the other emirates within a federal framework, although each Emirate has jurisdiction over some functions such as civic law enforcement and provision and upkeep of local facilities. Dubai has the largest population and is the second largest Emirate by area, after Abu Dhabi. As of 2007, 800 new residents were setting up home in Dubai every day. With Abu Dhabi, it is one of only two Emirates to possess veto power over critical matters of national importance in the (UAE). Dubai has been ruled by the Al Maktoum dynasty since 1833. The city's current ruler, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is also the Vice President and Prime Minister of the (UAE).

Revenues from petroleum and natural gas contribute to less than <3% of Dubai's US$ 46 billion economy (2006). A majority of the Emirate's revenues are from the Jebel Ali free zone (JAFZ) and, increasingly, from tourism and other service businesses. Dubai has attracted world-wide attention through innovative real estate projects and sports events. However, this increased attention, coinciding with its emergence as a world business hub, has also highlighted human rights issues concerning its largely foreign workforce.

Dubai is the fastest growing city and tourism destination in the World. In the past two decades, Dubai has emerged as a regional business hub and trade destination with a massive geographical reach from West Africa across the entire Middle East and through to Central Asia. Dubai is the place to do business in the region. The city itself boasts population growth estimated at more than >30,000 new residents a month and this has contributed to hundreds of billions of dollars of investment in infrastructure and property development. The city is a fascinating place where the modern and traditional stand side by side. Dubai offers some of the worlds best shopping, golf courses, beaches, fantastic hotels and bustling souks, all combining to make this one of the world's most exciting cities.

DECEMBER 1995: SOLD 707-3L6C (21096) TO COMTRAN INTERNATIONAL (CII), USA.

APRIL 1996: DISCUSSION REGARDING POSSIBLE "USED" 737-300.

OCTOBER 1996: HIGH INTEREST IN 737-700 BBJ BUSINESS JET, ONE, POSSIBLY TWO.

MAY 1997: 1 ORDER 737-700 BUSINESS JET (BBJ).

JANUARY 1998: MIKE GARDNER, ENGINEERING MANAGER RETIRED. BOB SMITH TEMPORARILY HAS ASSUMED POSITION.

DECEMBER 1998: 737-7EO (29251, A6-HRS) DELIVERY.

NOVEMBER 1999: 737-700 BBJ DELIVERED FROM RAYTHEON, WACO.

MAY 2000: JOHN SAMBOLEC, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANAGER.

OCTOBER 2000: 1 747-2B4B (JT9D-7FW) (263-21098, /75 57 16, A6-GDF), EX-KITTY HAWK INTERNATIONAL (CKF), TO BE USED FOR HAULING SHEIKH'S RACE HORSES AND HORSES HANDLERS. HEAVY STRUCTURAL CHECKS AT AMECO (BEJ).

MARCH 2001: 1 737-800 BBJ (32450, A6-MRM) DELIVERY.

AUGUST 2001: 747-2B4 (RD622, A6-GDP) "C" CHECK AT (AMECO) (BEJ), BEIJING.

May 2003: 1 747-422 (26906, 16) bought from United Airlines (UAL) for $55 million.

August 2004: 1 747-48EBC (CF6-80C2B1F) (28551) bought from Air Namibia (NAM) for conversion to a VIP airplane.

November 2004: (ICAO) Code: DUB (Callsign - DUBAI).

January 2005: 737-86AJ (32825), delivery.

December 2011: 747-412F (28032, A6-GGP), freighter, apparently used to transport horses, ex-Singapore Airlines (SIA), photographed taking off from Dubai - - SEE PHOTO - - "DAW-747-412F - 2011-12."

Fleet:
(definitions)

Click below for photos:
DAW-737-7Z5-FEB05
DAW-747-412F - 2011-12
DAW-747SP-SEP06
DAW-A319-OCT06

October 2017:

1 737-7EO (CFM567-7B26) (150-29251, /98, A6-HRS), "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. WINGLETS. BBJ VIP.

1 737-7Z5 (CFM56-7B26) (29857, A6-RJY - SEE PHOTO 2005-02), WINGLETS. BBJ VIP.

1 737-8EC BBJ2 (CFM56-7B26) (787-32450, /01 A6-MRM), WINGLETS. "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. VIP.

1 737-86AJ (CFM56-7B26) (1602-32825, /04 A6-HEH). BBJ VIP. WINGLETS. "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. VIP.

1 747SP-31 (JT9D-7A) (415-21961, /80 A6-SMR - SEE PHOTO 2006-09; 441-21963, /80 A6-SMM), EX-(TWA), "C" CHECKS BY (DLH), VIP CONFIG, USED BY RULERS OF DUBAI. 21963 WFU & ST ERNEST ANGLEY MINISTRIES (EAM). "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. VIP.

1 747-2B4B SF (JT9D-7FW) (263-21098, /75, A6-GDP), EX-(CKF)/(NTZ). ALL WHITE COLORS. FREIGHTER.

1 747-412F (SCD) 747-412 (28032, A6-GGP - - SEE PHOTO - - "DAW-747-412F - 2011-12"), EX-SINGAPORE AIRLINES (SIA). FREIGHTER.

2 747-422 (PW4056) (1185-26906, /98 A6-MMM; 1171-26903, /98 A6-HRM), EX-(UAL). "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. VIP.

1 A319-133 (910, A6-ESH - SEE PHOTO 2006-10), VIP.

0 GULFSTREAM III (SPEY 511-8) (356, /83 A6-HEH), RTND. VIP.

1 GULFSTREAM IV (TAY 611-8) (1011, /87 A6-HHH), "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. VIP.

2 BELL RANGERS.

1 BEECHCRAFT 1900D (PT6A-67D) (UE-324, /98 A6-YST), "UNITED ARAB EMIRATES" TITLES. VIP.

1 CESSNA 172.

Management:
(definitions)

MAJOR RASHID KHALIFA BAL HOUL, COMMANDER (DXBAWEK) (OMDBYK).

COMMANDER KAMAL RASHID BALHOR, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).

CAPTAIN DAVID WARBURTON, CHIEF PILOT.

ROBERT SMITH, MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) (1998-01),
(dubaiair@emirates.net.ae).

JOHN SAMBOLEC, MANAGER ENGINEERING (FIXED WING) (2000-05),
(samolec@daw.org.ae).

 
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