Airports

Abu Dhabi increases flight frequency this summer

April 8- Abu Dhabi International Airport is increasing its flights by 10 per cent this summer -- April-October, said the Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) in a statement released yesterday.  There will not be 835 weekly scheduled flights to 80 destinations in 45 countries. 
Speaking on the occasion, Ahmad Al Haddabi, Senior Vice President of Airports Operation, ADAC, said: "As we continue to see our airline partners launching new destinations and new airlines establishing Abu Dhabi routes, we are offering ever increasing connectivity and choice, with the convenience and comfort our customers have come to expect."
 

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