|01-05-2015, 11:17 PM||#1|
Abu Dhabi airport resumes operations after weekend halt
Abu Dhabi airport resumed its normal operations on Monday, with its standard schedule being quickly and efficiently restored r ight after the severe fog disrupted flight operations during last weekend.
This was the third closure of the airport in weeks due to fog, forcing the Abu Dhabi airport to close the whole day on Saturday, and the cancellation of 20 flights and a few rescheduled ones on Sunday.
Abu Dhabi airport remains one of the world`s most active airports, with its Passenger traffic in October climbing by 17% as t he airport received 1,439,356 visitors, a sum that climbed to 1,689,983 passengers in the same month this year.
Back then, Doha, Bangkok, London, Bahrain and Manila were the top four routes and accounted for 17% of all traffic through Abu Dhabi International Airport.
The airport will continue on enhancing its services and expanding its activities and infrastructure to attract more traffic to the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi.
On the other hand, Dubai International Airport may have welcomed 20 million passengers in the last quarter of this year, reflecting another increase of expats and tourists entering the UAE.
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