Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH), the principal asset of Abu Dhabi Airports, is one of the fastest growing airport hubs in the world, currently serving over 96 destinations in 56 countries.
Within the next couple of years, over twenty million passengers are expected to pass through AUH. To meet this growing demand, Abu Dhabi Airports has begun the construction of the Midfield Terminal Building (MTB), a key element of the future Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC), which will include cargo and catering facilities, utilities and related infrastructure.
The MTB will become the primary gateway for passengers travelling through Abu Dhabi, and the future home of Etihad Airways, the National Carrier of the UAE. The MTB is central to the long-term success of the aviation sector in the Emirate.
The Al Bateen Airport on Abu Dhabi Island previously served as Abu Dhabi’s main airport and consisted of a single airstrip with minimal to this, smaller aircraft would land on an unsealed runway located not too far from Al Bateen, and the passengers would be processed in a tiny makeshift building. Limited flights were operated from Al Bateen and included flights to other Middle Eastern cities and Mumbai International Airport (then known as Bombay International Airport). After many years of operations, the airport was shifted to the mainland in 1982. Bateen Airport is presently used as a dedicated business jet airport.
Abu Dhabi International Airport published their latest job vacancies:
|1||Senior Manager Hospitality||Abu Dhabi|
|2||Airport Operations Centre Controller||Abu Dhabi|