Abu Dhabi Airports on Sunday marked the 40th anniversary of the official opening of Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) celebrating its contributions to the remarkable ascension of Abu Dhabi as a centre for aviation, trade and tourism.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will start operating its flight to Krasnodar from Feb.7, 2022, two times a week on Mondays and Fridays. With this latest addition, the company will have 34 routes in operation.
From the period running Dec.22 to Jan.2, Abu Dhabi Airports estimates an average of 32,000 passengers and 102 flights per day will pass through AUH, which is almost four times the passenger traffic reported during the same period last year (8400 passengers per day) and almost twice the flights (56).
Travellers will be required to present a negative PCR COVID-19 test result valid for a maximum of 48 hours before departure, and undergo an additional PCR test upon arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
The device issues a card called ‘RFID,’ which is added to the bag upon check-in, and then as soon as the bags arrive on the conveyor belt at the destination airport, the baggage owner is notified of their location through the phone application connected to the device.
Flying to the extraordinary cities of Amman and Aqaba, the new routes will strengthen travel links within the region by bringing in a bold new frontier for ultra-low fare travel. The flight to Amman will operate two times a week on Tuesday and Saturday.
The Abu Dhabi Airport released its 2021 passenger traffic results, revealing that 5,262,376 passengers were served compared to 5,570,176 in 2020 representing a drop of 5.5 per cent as the airport and the industry continued to experience dampened demand due to travel restrictions...
Abu Dhabi Airports on Wednesday released its passenger traffic results for the first quarter of 2022. It revealed that the airport welcomed 2.56 million guests, more than triple the number seen during the same period last year, on the back of resurgent
First quarter statistics confirm that 2,563,297 passengers were served compared to 807,310 in Q1 2021, an increase of 218% as COVID-19 related travel restrictions across the globe eased and markets re-opened.