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    The success story of Ramneek Sidhu

    The success story of Ramneek Sidhu

    No one knows where life is leading them. For some, life starts only after completing education when they decide some aim for their future or when they start working 9-5 and earn some penny. But for creative minds, life begins so early when they are in teenage as they have dreams to achieve as well as passion to fulfill what they want. Meet one such top-notch digital enthusiast who at a very young age, with consistent hard work achieved his dream of becoming a known personality in the Digital Marketing industry.

    Ramneet Singh, a passionate Entrepreneur and an expert in Digital Marketing. Ramneek belongs to a well-known city named Mohali in Punjab. He was just 16 years old when he stepped into the digital marketing company. And now this young man no longer needs any introduction. Ramneek never stopped learning and that's why he stands out different in the crowd.

    Ramneek is also the face behind a well known digital marketing company named Digital Kings. He established Digital Kings while he was in the last year of his B.Tech CSE in the year 2015. And with his consistent hard work and positive approach, this company turned out to be Asia's one of the most well-known Digital Marketing Companies. Digital Kings is one of the esteemed Digital Marketing Companies that are associated with a lot of Influencers, Bollywood celebrities, Hollywood celebrities and many more. His company's business is more active internationally i.e people from all over the world reach his company to manage and help them in growing.

    How Ramneek Singh's Digital Kings helped people in growing during Lockdown:
    When the whole world was facing the COVID19 pandemic, everything started to change into virtualization. During this whole Corona pandemic, Ramneek's Digital Kings helped a lot of people, celebrities to grow over social media platforms. Popular influencers and celebrities need to maintain their social presence and audience, Digital Kings turned out to be the best choice of a lot of Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities in maintaining their social media presence. Ramneek Sidhu with his skills and extraordinary social media strategies helped many celebrities in reaching a world-class level over social media. Ramneek's company handled a lot of international clients and gave them profitable results, that's why his company is the KING. Along with India Digital Kings' office is also located in Dubai. The company is constantly handling clients worldwide.

    Ramneek Sidhu hustled every day to set a milestone in today's digital era. Ramneek is living a lavish peaceful lifestyle only because of his determination towards his goals. During an interview when Ramneek was asked about his upcoming plans he said that Digital Kings is soon to be opening its one more branch in Canada and new strategies and better ideas will be in work soon. Digital Kings is constantly looking to expand its business worldwide and achieving great success. Ramneek Sidhu's journey from Mohali to all over the World is inspirational enough to motivate young minds to grind hard for achieving their goals.

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    India leads Dubai Airport's passenger traffic recovery after Covid pandemic

    India leads Dubai Airport's passenger traffic recovery after Covid pandemic

    India continued to be DubaiInternational Airport's top destination country by traffic volume in the first half of 2021 with passenger numbers exceeding 1.9 million (19 lakh), despite travel restrictions due to COVID-19 affecting its key source markets.

    The world's busiest airport for international travel clocked 10.6 million passengers in the first six months of 2021, DubaiAirports said on Wednesday.as it projected robust growth for DubaiInternational (DXB) in the second half of the year.

    In anticipation of the robust recovery of global air travel, we started the second half on a high note by re-opening Terminal 1 and Concourse D the home terminal for our 60 international carriers after 15 months of hibernation to accommodate the seasonal rush of travellers over the summer holidays, said Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports.

    "This was essential to facilitate the continued expansion of the route networks of our home base carriers Emirates and flydubai, whose joint network currently spanning 168 destinations continues to grow, Griffiths said.

    India continued to be the Dubai airport's top destination country by traffic volume in the first half with passenger numbers exceeding 1.9 million, followed by Pakistan with 700,074 customers, Russia with 406,209, and Egypt (401,361), Dubai Airports said in a press release.

    Other destination countries of note include Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia and the US. The top three cities by traffic were Addis Ababa (354,804), followed by Cairo (345,886) and Moscow (344,175).

    We have already witnessed some of our busiest weekends of the year in July, and with major international events such as the Dubai Expo 2020 and Dubai Airshow 2021 lined up for the months ahead, the outlook for 2021 in terms of passenger numbers looks very promising, Griffiths said.

    He said the UK's recent decision to move the UAE to the Amber list' and the UAE's conditional lifting of travel restrictions for passengers arriving from four countries in the Indian subcontinent as well as Nigeria and Uganda will significantly boost DXB's traffic.

    According to the latest figures issued by Airports Council International (ACI), DXB remains the world's busiest airport for international passengers after retaining the title for the seventh consecutive year for annual traffic in 2020.

    The airport holds a significant lead over other international airports and has nearly twice the passenger traffic of the next busiest global hub in the Middle East, the press release said.

    Dubai Airports data showed Dubai airports passenger volumes in the second quarter totalled 4.9 million, taking the half-yearly figure for the year to 10.6 million, a year on year contraction of 40.9 per cent, it said.

    DXB is currently serving 68 per cent of the destinations in 94 per cent of the countries on 70 per cent of the airlines compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Cargo continued to outshine the passenger segment in terms of recovery with cargo volumes nearing 2019 levels in the second quarter. DXB recorded 571,568 tonnes of freight in the second quarter, propelling the first half volumes to 1.1 million tonnes, a year-on-year increase of 27.7 per cent.

    It recorded a total of 99,392 flight movements during the first half, a marginal year on year increase of 0.9 per cent due to a low base resulting from the impact of the partial suspension of operations from March 25 to July 7 in 2020.

    Dubai International Airport will see a massive spike in passenger traffic in the coming days as more than a million passengers will travel between August 12 and 22, with daily peaks averaging 100,000 passengers during weekends, The Khaleej Times reported.

    In a statement issued on Tuesday, Dubai Airports said this could be the hub's busiest weekend so far this year. It urged travellers to stay abreast of the latest travel regulations and plan their journeys for a smooth travel experience.

    The increase in passenger traffic is attributed to summer holidays when families travel back to the UAE as well as easing of travel restrictions for certain countries by the UAE government, the report said.

    The UAE recently eased travel regulations for inbound and transit passengers from some Asian and African countries, including India.

    "We are prepared, and we are doing everything we can to make sure that passengers have a safe and smooth experience at DXB," said Essa Al Shamsi, vice-president of terminal operations at Dubai Airports.

    "Considering that volume of passengers will be significantly higher in the arrivals area during this period, it is important that those meeting and greeting arriving passengers do not congest the road in the terminal forecourt and that they pick up their friends and family in comfort by using the car park or valet service," Shamsi said.

    (Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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