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Air passengers grows 14 per cent in Abu Dhabi

Air passengers grows 14 per cent in Abu DhabiAbu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) on Saturday released passenger’s figures for the month of August reporting 14 per cent increase in air passengers during the month as compared to the corresponding period last year. This figure indicates rise in business and commercial activities during the period.

ADAC reveals general contractor tender for the MTB

adacRecently there was an announcement made by the Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) about the release of the General Contractor Tender for the Midfield Terminal Building.

It has disclosed the working position of the project which has moved into the next phase of delivering Abu Dhabi International Airport. It is hoped that, this iconic new terminal will provide the airport's energetic passenger growth and also support the Plan Abu Dhabi 2030.

Abu Dhabi Airport Co wants to make changes in Terminal 1

ADACThe UAE, Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has been trying hard to make some vital renovations in Terminal 1.

One of the key changes would be related to doubling the space and then also providing for doubling of the space and also open shops where fragrances and cosmetics are going to be sold.

Hike by 17.2% in Air passenger traffic for Abu Dhabi

Hike by 17.2% in Air passenger traffic for Abu DhabiOn Sunday, the Abu Dhabi Airports Company announced that the UAE capital's airport has seen passenger traffic hiking by 17.2% in the month of February.

Aircraft movements increased by 13.3%, and Bangkok became the airport's busiest destination, pushing London into second place.

Correspondingly, Doha, Bahrain and Manila were the third, fourth and fifth busiest destinations.

Ukraine to start Abu Dhabi flight

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (Adac) has announced that Ukraine's leading international carrier, Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), has decided to commence the first direct service from Abu Dhabi to Ukrainian capital Kiev.

According to sources, the initial flight is slated to depart from Abu Dhabi International Airport on September 25, 2009, with twice weekly flights.

ADAC signs deals for Al Ain centre

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has informed that it has clinched agreements with two UK-based companies and a memorandum of understanding with a Swiss company for business expansion at the Al Ain Aerospace Cluster.

The sources close to the company said that the agreement between Adac and the UK-based Beagle Aerospace has been signed for warehousing of aircraft components at Al Ain. The company's proposals include the commissioning of a specialist composite repair facility within the cluster.

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