Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Transfers Over to Terminal A

A Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Airbus on the tarmac
Photo Credit: Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.

Following many other carriers operating out of Abu Dhabi International Airport, the subsidiary of Wizz Air has transferred over to the new Terminal A.

The carrier operated it’s first flight from the new terminal on November 2, and celebrated the move with a route inauguration to Cairo.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Transfers Over to Terminal A…

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Transfers Over to Terminal A
Photo Credit: Wizz Air Abu Dhabi


Johan Eidhagen, the Managing Director of Wizz Air Abu Dhabi commented on the inauguration of operations from Terminal A:

“We are delighted to be one of the first airlines to commence operations from the new-state-of-the-art Terminal A.”

“The move to the new terminal and launching our new route to Sphinx, Cairo is a milestone moment in our phenomenal recent growth as it strengthens our position in playing a key role in the growth of the aviation sector in Abu Dhabi and accelerating the emirate’s position as a global gateway and aviation hub.”

“We will continue building on our ambitious expansion plans and expand our network with a plethora of incredible destinations. Together, we will ensure greater connectivity from Abu Dhabi to the world.”

Adding to this was the airport Managing Director & Interim CEO Elena Sorlini:

“Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is an integral part of our family of national carriers, that continues its exponential growth in passenger uptake as they rapidly expand with more aircraft coming online.

“With the launch of operations from Terminal A, we are providing the aviation infrastructure for our national carriers to flourish and achieve their growth requirements as well as [the city’s] strategic visitation plans.”

All eyes will be on how operations will go from the new terminal, and what this will mean for further rejuvenation of the airport as a whole in terms of connectivity and passenger experience.

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