Al Ain International Airport

The Al Ain International Airport was opened in March 31st 1994, as Abu Dhabi’s second international airport. The airport is located 13km (8 miles) north-west of the city centre and is positioned at latitude 24° 16 N, 55° 36 E.

Al Ain International Airport Facilities

The Al Ain Int. Airport has one runway 4km (2.5 miles) long, five passenger aircrafts parking areas and two parking areas for cargo planes. The airport’s terminal contains duty free shops, money exchanges, restaurants, public telephones, postal services, and a medical center. The airport is used by a total of eight airlines (Gulf Air, Pakistan International Airlines, Alia Royal Jordanian, Egypt Air, MTE Donavia, Qatar Airways, Krasnoyarsk Fras Air and Uralinteravia) and the airport does not contain any business or conference facilities.