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Terminal moves at Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted 20 March 2020 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports has temporarily moved several flights from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).

 

On 18 March 2020, Abu Dhabi Airports consolidated operations into two terminals. Select flights operating to and from Terminal 1 are now operating out of Terminal 3.

 

The temporary terminal move reflects Abu Dhabi Airports’ commitment to delivering efficient operations and a seamless passenger experience. The airports company is currently working in close partnership with the respective airlines to ensure a smooth transition from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3.

 

The recent terminal operational updates do not reflect the current situation regarding the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). It is fully in line with Abu Dhabi Airports’ dedication to delivering smoother connections for passengers and efficient operations for airline partners.

 

Abu Dhabi Airports recommends passengers check the correct terminal with their respective airline before travelling to the airport.

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