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Abu Dhabi Airport Company Will Develop Al Ain Airport

Head of Abu Dhabi Airport Company (ADEC), Khalifa Al Mazroui said at press conference that a center for business and logistics will be established at the Al Ain Airport.  The aim will be to make it a regional center for cargo and budget airlines.    

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London, United Kingdom

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Trajan's Market

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