As a result of attracting new airlines and the expansion of operations by existing airlines, Sharjah Airport recorded a growth of 9.56% in passenger movement with more than 3.15 million passengers during the first quarter of 2019 as compared to 2.880 million passengers in the first quarter of 2018.
Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA), announced that it has finalised preparations for Air Cargo Europe 2019, which will be held at Messe Munchen in Munich, Germany, from 4th - 7th June. SAA will participate in order to communicate
Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) expects an increase in the number of passengers arriving and departing during Eid al-Fitr vacation, which is a peak travel time each year.
Airport Show, which concluded after a three-day run at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC), climbed another step in its journey of success and broke all records in its 19 years history in terms of occupied exhibition space, number of country pavilions, exhibitors, hosted buyers and visitors.
Sharjah Airport Duty Free launched a Shop and Win campaign, which includes a raffle for 4 Audi and BMW cars, as part of a strategy to encourage passengers to take advantage of the various options and competitive prices at Duty Free.
This came after 21 people had filed complaints with the police station indicating that one person working for a tourist company in Al Dhaid City had deluded them that he had flight offers at the lowest and cheapest prices, but he cheated them and swindled their money.
Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) recently honoured the winners of the ‘Because We Care’ programme for submitting valuable suggestions that helped to improve services at the Airport. The winners are Chris Moussad from Lebanon and Mohammed Hudhayfah from Syria.
Air Arabia was adjudged in the Low-Cost Airline of the Year category by an expert panel of industry judges for the carrier’s innovation, sustainable performance and continuous growth, said a press release issued by the company on Monday.
Sharjah Air Station ‘Al Mahatta Museum’ highlights the history of aviation in the UAE and the Gulf Region. The museum first opened its doors in 2000, and since then, it has been the repository of stories of the first plane to land on Sharjah’s territories,
Sharjah International Airport passengers left for various parts of the world last Thursday, carrying free books they chose on a variety of topics. These books were brought in as part of the ‘Travel with a Book’ event organised by Sharjah-based Knowledge without Borders (KwB) initiative for airport passengers and employees, which accented the usual scenes at this busy airport with a string of memorable cultural happenings.