Terminal 2 closed at Abu Dhabi Airport to improve services
The move comes in the wake of Covid-19 spread that has led to suspension of flights.
Abu Dhabi International Airport announced the closure of a terminal on Monday in a bid to improve services.
In a statement issued today, Abu Dhabi Airport tweeted that it was closing down Terminal 2 in a bid to improve rendering of services to passengers. All existing flights will be migrating to Terminal 1 at AUH.
As part of our continuous efforts to provide exceptional service to our airline partners and passengers, we are announcing the closure of Terminal 2 and migrating all existing flights to Terminal 1 at AUH.#AbuDhabiAirport #AUH #AbuDhabi pic.twitter.com/2FgvpScSq3- Abu Dhabi Airport (@AUH) March 16, 2020
The move comes after many airlines suspended flights in the wake of Covid-19 spread.
An Abu Dhabi Airports spokesperson said: "We can confirm that from March 16, 2020, Terminal 2 at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) will close and all existing flights will migrate to Terminal 1."
"The closure of Terminal 2 at AUH is fully in line with our dedication to delivering exceptional service to our airline partners and passengers and is not in relation to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
"We are currently working with our airline partners to ensure a seamless transition of their operations to Terminal 1. We advise passengers to check the departure terminal with their respective airline before travelling."
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