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Abu Dhabi Travel Guide

More carriers than ever are flying to the award-winning Abu Dhabi International Airport. With flights arriving from destinations all around the world frequently, planning a trip with one of Abu Dhabi’s airlines is easy.

Many airlines fly into Abu Dhabi each week including the UAE’s national carriers Etihad Airways and Wizz Air. See a full list of which airlines fly from Abu Dhabi.

Before you travel it is worth understanding the visit visa regulations of Abu Dhabi. Visas are available free of charge from citizens of most countries, however, you can find out more information about visas for peace of mind.

National airline

Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways is the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. Wholly owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi, it offers guests a network of over 100 passenger and cargo destinations across six continents, with a young and environmentally-friendly fleet of more than 120 aircraft.

Low-cost airline

Wizz Air

Wizz Air is Abu Dhabi’s low-cost airline providing an affordable gateway for travellers to the UAE’s capital. The airline’s network of destinations stretches across the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

Gateway to the city

Abu Dhabi International Airport

With more than 50 airlines flying to and from some 102 destinations in over 56 countries, Abu Dhabi International Airport has been recognised by the World Airport Awards, with the 'Best Airport in the Middle East' accolade going to this airport more than once. The airport has hundreds of convenient facilities plus, if you’re on a long layover or waiting for a flight you can sleep in Abu Dhabi International Airport. In terminal 3 you’ll find GoSleep, a place to get some rest during your journey.

Besides the award-winning Abu Dhabi International Airport, the emirate has four other airports, namely Al Ain International Airport, Al Bateen Executive Airport, Sir Bani Yas Island Airport and Delma Island Airport.

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