Abu Dhabi airport expects 500,000 passengers during Eid

Abu Dhabi airport expects 500,000 passengers during Eid

A passenger surge is expected to take place this weekend

Abu Dhabi International Airport is preparing to welcome a surge of passengers as residents fly out at the end of the holy month of Ramadan and the start of the Eid al-Fitr holidays starting this weekend.

According to estimates, more than 500,000 travellers are expected to pass through the airport over the coming week with more than 2,800 flights serving 105 destinations in 57 countries.

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To ensure a seamless travel experience, passengers are reminded to: 

  • Determine which terminal their flight is leaving from 

  • Make sure they have all the necessary documents 

  • Arrive at the airport three hours before their flight departs

  • Contact their airline for the latest travel regulations for their destination

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