Abu Dhabi Airports is a public joint-stock company, wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Government. Created in 2006 to spearhead the redevelopment of the Emirate’s aviation infrastructure, Abu Dhabi Airports plays an important role in the Government of Abu Dhabi’s Economic Vision 2030.
About Abu Dhabi
Located in the heart of the Middle East, Abu Dhabi is a strategic global hub for commerce and travel. One of the world’s wealthiest cities, it has a strong, resilient and ever-growing economy.
Here are six reasons why Abu Dhabi is a leisure and business destination like no other.
Measured and sustainable growth targets
Large-scale government initiatives continually ensure that Abu Dhabi’s development is delivered according to a careful economic transformation strategy. The ‘Abu Dhabi 2030 Plan’ underpins our forecast aviation market growth.
Expected Tourism Boom
Annual tourist arrival numbers have risen from 1.8 million visitors in 2010 to 2.7 million in 2013 and is expected to reach 7.5 million by 2030 – providing significant airline growth opportunities. Competitive international business destination
Abu Dhabi is renowned for its successful and competitive business travel industry. This is bolstered by multinational companies moving to Abu Dhabi, as well as world-class business tourism facilities, the benefits of free-zone areas, and the growth of diplomatic and government related traffic.
A unique tourist destination
With stunning scenery, year-round sunshine, a rich culture and the five star services of a modern Arabian capital city, Abu Dhabi has broad tourist appeal. The city’s tourism is also benefiting from the development of major hotels, resorts, and new attractions.