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Nearly 1.9 million passengers used Abu Dhabi International Airport in November

Posted 27 December 2016 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) received close to 1.9 million passengers in November, representing a 4.4% increase in airport traffic compared with November 2015.

Abu Dhabi Airports’ traffic figures also show consistent growth throughout the year, with total AUH passenger numbers having increased by 5.3% on the previous year. More than 22 million travellers have used AUH so far during 2016.

·         Total passenger traffic in November reached 1,860,207.

·         There was a 38.6% increase in passenger traffic through Terminal 3 compared to the same month last year, reaching 1,317,591.

·         Traffic to and from Saudi Arabia saw a large surge compared to the previous year, with a significant increase of 43.5%.

·         Cargo services experienced growth of 1.3% this month compared to November 2015.

 

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