Abu Dhabi International Airport


  • Location:  Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Execution Year:  December, 2011
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Brief Info

Abu Dhabi International Airport is one of the fastest growing airports in the world in terms of passengers.  Located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi – the capital of United Arab Emirates – the airport underwent a major expansion. In Jan 2012 it had 53 airlines and 85 destinations in 49 countries. Abu Dhabi airport is the second largest in the UAE, serving 11 million passengers in 2010. The newest terminal, (Terminal 3), opened in January 2009, enabling the airport to handle, approximately, 12 million passengers per annum. It is expected that passenger numbers will reach this level in 2011. Development work has also started on a new passenger terminal, to be situated between the two runways and known as the Midfield Terminal. The airport has a proven record of serving 20 million passengers in 2014.  Three operational terminals extend over 8500 acres.  The terminal spaces are dominated by Ethiad Airways – the national carrier of United Arab Emirate and second largest in the UAE after Emirates. Upon completion in 2016, the Midfield Terminal will take the airport’s passenger capacity to more than 20 million per year. The airport received numerous prestigious awards from prominent international and local organizations.

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Key Facts

  • 700,000 Sq.M.

    Project Area
  • 25 Engineers

    Team Size