Perspective: Al Bateen Airport sees a surge in passenger traffic
Source: Frost & Sullivan , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed July 13, 2011 3:36 pm

UAE. The increasing number of private jet operators and the rising high net worth individuals have demanded a dedicated hub for business jets in Abu Dhabi.

This dedicated hub has shifted the business travellers towards the private non-scheduled flights in order to save time during check-in and security process.

All the five airports of UAE market are high on revenues as they attract a large number of businessmen and high-end travellers from the neighbouring countries.

With the increase in private jets movements and increasing passenger numbers, Abu Dhabi airports may achieve huge profits in the long run and maintain a strong position in the global aviation market.

Note: Perspective by Aerospace and Defence Analyst, Frost & Sullivan.

 

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