Abu Dhabi Airport’s New Terminal a is Seeking Volunteers for a Live Trial on September 29 Ahead of Its Public Opening in November.

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Abu Dhabi Airport’s Terminal A was featured in Tom Cruise’s newest Mission: Impossible movie. ARCHIVE

Abu Dhabi Airport’s new Terminal A is seeking volunteers for a live trial on September 29 ahead of its public opening in November.

Volunteers will act as passengers as part of the ongoing operational readiness trials for the new terminal, which was first seen in Tom Cruise’s latest Mission: Impossible movie. The live trial will run from 11am to 4pm.

Abu Dhabi Airports has so far worked with more than 6,000 volunteers in the ongoing live trials and testing exercises at Terminal A, also known as Midfield Terminal Building. According to Abu Dhabi Airports, the live trials will continue throughout September and October.

The operational trials cover airport terminal operations, including passenger processing at check-in, gates, immigration and security across all departures, transfers and arrivals areas.

At immigration, volunteers are testing the speed and accuracy of document and customs inspections. At boarding and departure, tests included scanning the boarding passes of volunteers and assessing procedures for changes in flight information.

How to volunteer at Terminal A

To volunteer for Abu Dhabi Airport’s Terminal A, participants can go to volunteers.ae. Volunteers must be between the ages of 15 to 60 and present a copy of their Emirates ID or passport. ICA/Expat Media

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