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Ajman International Airport

Ajman International Airport

Construction of Ajman International Airport was originally expected to start in March 2004 with first flights in 2006. Obviously that didn't happen. Construction of the airport was then expected to start in mid-2008 with completion by 2011. That didn't happen either. As of 2012, nothing started. In February 2013 there was a report that plans for the new airport were being finalised but a timeframe was not given. In the meantime instead of sitting on your suitcases in the middle of the desert waiting for the new airport to open, the nearest international airport to Ajman is Sharjah Airport (SHJ). Dubai Airport (DXB) is a bit further.

Ajman Airport February 2013 information
Ajman Airport 2008 information
Ajman Airport December 2007 information
Ajman Airport construction schedule and timeline

Phase I of the development will include the main airport arrival and departure terminals, a 4000 meter runway, aircraft maintenance facilities, an aviation school, a free trade zone, and 90 towers in a commercial area. Completion of phase I is expected by end 2009 or early 2010, and phase II by 2011.

Ajman Airport passenger numbers and growth
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Last update Tuesday 04-Mar-2014. Page development 1H 2T 3D 4L 5C.
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