Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) recently organised the “Bon Appetit” initiative, a private annual banquet aiming to boost productivity and enhance the sense of belonging by improving relations among staff and strategic partners outside working hours.
According to a statement released by the authority, a group of individuals of a Gulf country nationality were caught attempting to smuggle into the UAE, nine birds from the hornbill family species, and eight Siamese crocodiles (Crocodylus siamensi).
Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA) is implementing a comprehensive a Dhs1.5 billion expansion plan that is exceeding expectations. This was revealed recently by Ali Salim Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah Airport Authority during an event in Sharjah,
Air Arabia customers can change their existing and new bookings made until March 31, 2020, for travel until Dec.31, 2020, up to 72 hours prior to departure. The airline said the offer is valid for travel from March 22, 2020, and is applicable to all fares including Etihad Guest redemptions and Etihad Holiday bookings.
The decision came as part of the municipality’s keenness on maintaining the health and safety of the individuals of the society through its preventive and precautionary measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and urge the individuals of the society to stay at home and not to mix with others.
The Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF Zone) has announced the completion of development works on ‘U2 Area’, a new dedicated district for stores and warehouses.
Sharjah Airport has marked another achievement by ranking first in Mena region and fourth internationally in terms of ‘on time performance’ and punctuality according to OAG, the world’s provider of airport and airline information.
The airport ensures taking all precautionary measures in compliance with international standards, to guarantee the health and safety of travellers, customers and employees.
It is advised people over the age of 70 years not to travel, and it is advised for people with chronic diseases to avoid travelling in order to preserve their safety.
Sharjah Airport, one of the busiest in the region, has received a record 13.6 million passengers in 2019 with an year-on-year increase of 13 per cent compared to 12 million passengers in 2018, it was revealed during a meeting in held in Sharjah.