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Al Bateen Is Now City Airport


The Abu Dhabi Airports Company announced at the Middle East Business Aviation Show that the city’s new dedicated private jet airport will be renamed City Airport, Abu Dhabi. The move comes in the wake of ongoing attempts at the overhaul of the airport facility. The airport was formerly known as the Al Bateen airport facility.

Source: www.ameinfo.com  

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