ABU DHABI // Date passports for use mail to improve the flow of passengers
at Abu Dhabi International Airport is now mandatory.
anouncement came as it was expected about 85,000 people to leave the airport during the Eid al-Fitr,
which starts next Sunday holiday.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company said tens of thousands of travelers is expected this week with the start of the school holidays.
And it is expected to be the busiest days at the airport July 6, 10 and 11.
Counters were installed electronic registration in the areas of check-in up to travelers to record travel documents pending.