Abu Dhabi airport to see 10% more flights this summer
New routes and airlines will boost traffic at the UAE capital’s airport.
April 7, 2010 5:12 by kippreport
Abu Dhabi airport will be 10% busier this summer, according to information issued by the UAE’s state news agency WAM.
Frequency increases, new destinations and new airlines will be behind the increase in the total number of flights offered to and from the UAE capital, according to Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC).
The summer 2010 timetable has 835 weekly scheduled flights, connecting Abu Dhabi with 80 international destinations in 45 countries.
Etihad Airways has new services to Tokyo and Nagoya, and has increased frequencies to many other destinations. New airlines operating flights to Abu Dhabi include Air France, GMG Airlines and Royal Falcon Airlines.