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Emergency exercise at Abu Dhabi International Airport on Wednesday

Posted 13 December 2016 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Airports will conduct a full scale emergency exercise at Abu Dhabi International Airport on 14th December, 2016, in accordance with Civil Aviation Regulations issued by the General Civil Aviation Authority, and in compliance with standards and recommendations as stipulated by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

Response teams from various units including airport operations, security, fire and rescue, police, and medical services, will test their coordinated response to an emergency situation.

The exercise is expected to run for approximately two hours from 4:00pm - 6:00pm. During this time, Abu Dhabi InternationalAirport will continue to operate as normal.

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