ADAC plans VIP terminal completion before end of year
The new VIP terminal will be operated by National Aviation Services (NAS), which also provides Golden Class services in Terminals 1 and 3.
The VIP Terminal will be available to all passengers flying to and from Abu Dhabi International Airport at a pre-set fee . The VIP terminal will be facilities separate from those of Terminals 1 and 3. There will be a dedicated drop off area, from a new road along with separate immigration, police and baggage handling.
In the Private Majlis within the new VIP Terminal, passengers will have access to a range of services and facilities including complimentary food and beverages, comfort and entertainment facilities.
“ADAC is committed to providing the best services to airlines and passengers despite the existing capacity challenges,” said Mohammed Al Bulooki, Chief Commercial Officer at Abu Dhabi International Airport.”In 2012, the airport saw 18.9% growth in passenger traffic compared with 2011; and, with the strong growth registered to date this year, traffic in the upcoming years is expected to follow the same if not an increased growth trend.
“In addition to providing passengers with unique personalized services, the new VIP terminal will add to the handling capacity of Abu Dhabi International Airport, accommodating the foreseen growth. The new 924-square-meter facility is set to offer unparalleled levels of comfort and services, in line with ADAC’s commitment to deliver tailor-made services at quality excellence standards, to all passenger segments, ultimately enhancing their airport experience.”
Guests using the new terminal will be welcomed and escorted by a special services NAS agent to facilitate check-in, baggage and immigration procedures, as well as escort guests to and from the aircraft directly by a limousine service.