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Abu Dhabi International Airport enhances its family-oriented facilities

Posted 13 May 2019 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports has opened two new kids play areas and five conveniently located baby changing rooms at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH), further enhancing its services to better accommodate families traveling during the summer holidays.

 

The kids play area in Terminal 1 includes a cloud slide, an airplane on clouds which kids can climb, and a baggage tug with a tunnel. Meanwhile, the kids play area located in Terminal 3 includes an airplane on clouds, resembling the one in Terminal 1, an air traffic control tower with a tunnel, a cloud tunnel, a suitcase slide, and tires for climbing.

The new baby changing rooms are located in Terminals 1 and 3. In Terminal 3 there are a total of four baby changing rooms, two rooms in the Bus Gates Building, one opposite to departure gate number 32, and one near the old bus gate number 28. In Terminal 1 the baby changing room is located in the lower floor female restroom. The new changing rooms have been designed in modern way that would attract children with its color pallets and characters.

Ahmed Al Shamisi, chief operations officer at Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “The summer season is a popular time for families to travel, and we are delighted to invite parents and children to visit our new play areas and take advantage of the conveniently located baby changing rooms across Terminals 1 and 3.”

“Ensuring the comfort and happiness of passengers traveling through Abu Dhabi International Airport is a top priority for us at Abu Dhabi Airports. We are committed to delivering world-class services and a seamless travel experience, in line with our vision of becoming the world’s leading airports group,” added Al Shamisi.

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