Abu Dhabi Airports yesterday celebrated Oman National Day at Abu Dhabi International Airport, welcoming passengers from neighboring Sultanate of Oman with flags and sweets being handed out across arrival and departure terminals.
The special Oman National Day activities come as part of Abu Dhabi Airports focus on ensuring a seamless passenger experience and customer happiness.
The Capital’s airport also indulged travelers arriving from Oman on the day with various offers and surprise gifts through its concessionaires and partners. Lucky passengers were greeted at the luggage belt by Abu Dhabi Duty Free mascot, the famous Dhabian camel, who handed out a 1 night stay hotel voucher at one of Millennium’s 4 properties in Muscat, Oman.
Bryan Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: “Our celebrations today are a reflection of the deep ties and close connections between the United Arab Emirates and the Sultanate of Oman. We are proud to be in a position to provide our Omani neighbors with special welcome to Abu Dhabi with our own unique brand of Arabian hospitality.”
“From the moment they touch down, we hope that each and every one of our Omani travelers will feel at home in Abu Dhabi, and we look forward to celebrating more National Days with them over the coming years,” Thompson added.
About Abu Dhabi Airports
Abu Dhabi Airports is a public joint-stock company wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Government. It was incorporated by Amiri Decree number 5, issued on 4 March 2006, to spearhead the development of the Emirate's aviation infrastructure. In September 2006, Abu Dhabi Airports assumed responsibility for the operation and management of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain International Airports. In 2008, Abu Dhabi Airports added Al Bateen Executive Airport (an exclusive business aviation airport), as well as Sir Bani Yas and Delma Island Airports to its portfolio. These airports are geared to serve the various segments of air travelers, the aviation marketplace, and will help contribute to Abu Dhabi’s development as a destination for both business and leisure tourism.
Currently under way is the multi-billion dollar re-development and expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport designed to increase the overall capacity of the airport.
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