The Terminal A of Abu Dhabi International Airport.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
All airlines operating from Abu Dhabi International Airport have now moved to the new Terminal A following the completion of the transition phase.
There are 28 international airlines now fully operation from the state-of-the-art Terminal A at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Terminal A is now the primary terminal serving Abu Dhabi International Airport, with flights arriving to and departing from the emirate, set to use the cutting-edge facilities available.
The transition to Terminal A will facilitate a major increase in aviation capacity in Abu Dhabi, with the terminal able to process up to 45 million travellers annually and handle 79 planes at once.
The facilities available at Terminal A include biometric technology to streamline the screening and boarding process, and 35,000 square metres of retail and FB space.
In November, it is forecast 7,669 flights will operate from Terminal A with already 1,557 flights operating in the first two weeks of operations. The number of flights operating from Terminal A is set to further increase in December to 12,220, as will the number of passengers using the new terminal projected to be 2.29 million. ICA/Expat Media
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