Abu Dhabi Airports recently reported an 8.7% increase in passenger traffic at Abu Dhabi International Airport for February 2016, compared to last year.
A total of 1,863,942 people travelled through ADIA last month, exceeding February 2015’s figure of 1,715,540.
“We continue to see year on year growth in passenger numbers traveling through Abu Dhabi International Airport and this highlights the fact that Abu Dhabi is continuing to develop as a global tourism destination and strategic transport hub,” said Eng Ahmad Al Haddabi, chief operations officer at Abu Dhabi Airports.
Aircraft movements in February 2016 reached 13,307 up by 3.5 % from 12,852 movements recorded in February 2015. Bangkok, London Heathrow, Mumbai, Doha and Jeddah featured as the top-five routes from Abu Dhabi International Airport. Several destinations saw significant growth in passenger traffic, with Australia beating its February 2015 figures by 45.2% last month, and the United Kingdom recording an 18.8% increase in the same period.
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