UAE announces new name Abu Dhabi Airport
The United Arab Emirates has announced a new name for Abu Dhabi International Airport.
The President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has taken the monumental decision to change the name of the Abu Dhabi International Airport. The new name will be Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Airport.
The current name of the airport, which is Zayed International Airport, will be changed to Zayed International Airport as of the 9th of February, 2024. The previous name of the airport was Zayed International Airport. This modification is planned to take effect at the same time as the launch of the brand-new Terminal A, which is going to take place in the same physical site.
Terminal A is in an excellent position to become a game-changer because of its capacity to service as many as 70 planes at the same time and to process more than 40 million passengers yearly. This is a significant step forward in the direction of achieving the aim of improving the aviation infrastructure of the area in any meaningful manner.
The Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan International Airport in Abu Dhabi has been renamed in his honor. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan has been the Ruler of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi since 1966 and the President of the United Arab Emirates since the country's inception in 1971. The airport was renamed in Sheikh Zayed's honor. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Airport is the new name for the facility. The present name of the airport was decided upon in 2011, having previously been known as Abu Dhabi International Airport. Due to the fact that he was the one who came up with this choice, we may infer that he has a profound respect and dedication for the lasting legacy he has left behind in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).