The UAE President Is Renaming Abu Dhabi International Airport

Mayar Ibrahim

Abu Dhabi International Airport is a major airport in the UAE’s capital city. It’s known for being modern and efficient, with lots of good places to eat and shop. It’s also where Etihad Airways, the national airline, operates from, so you can catch flights to many places around the world. The airport’s location and dedication to making your travel experience better are essential for boosting Abu Dhabi’s global connections and reputation.

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed issued directives to rename Abu Dhabi International Airport to Zayed International Airport

The new official name will take effect on February 9, 2024, and coincide with the official opening ceremony of Terminal A. Additionally, on November 1, the new state-of-the-art Terminal A at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) welcomed its first passengers to Abu Dhabi.

From now until November 14, there will be a transition period for 28 airlines. With operations happening from Terminals A, 1, 2, and 3. On November 14, all airlines will finalise their transition to Terminal A and all flights will take off and land exclusively in Terminal A from 15th November. So, in its first seven days of operations, 637 flights will depart and arrive.

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