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Abu Dhabi International Airport has unveiled its revamped Al Dhabi Lounge in Terminal 1, with 47 percent increase in seating capacity and amenities that can accommodate approximately 300 people.

Aiming to serve more passengers on its daily Abu Dhabi International Airport and Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport schedule, Etihad Airways launched its inaugural Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flight, providing more seats between the destinations.

Aiming to offer better connections between the two capitals, Etihad Airways has recently introduced a seasonal Airbus A380 service between Abu Dhabi International Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Abu Dhabi International Airport handled over two million passengers in April, a 5.6 percent increase over the corresponding month in 2016.

Celebrating 10 years of services to Kerala, Etihad Airways has launched a fourth daily nonstop schedule from Abu Dhabi International Airport to Calicut International Airport, bringing the total number of weekly schedules to the state to 63.

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of its first Australian itinerary Abu Dhabi – Sydney, Etihad Airways has announced that all 14 weekly routes will enjoy its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft as of October 29.

“Etihad Airways [has kept ahead of competition with unique services such as] complimentary bus service between Dhaka, and both Chittagong and Sylhet, [which] has provided ease of transfers on our departing and arriving flights.

Abu Dhabi Airports registered an 8.7 percent year-on-year surge in figures at Abu Dhabi International Airport in February, with 1.86 million people having travelled through the hub.

With more than 23 million passengers passing through its gates, Abu Dhabi International Airport achieved a new all-time high in 2015.

Abu Dhabi Airports hosted a group of 60 special needs individuals and orphans who embarked on an