International Travel

Organisers, exhibitors and visitors from around the world can fly into the city of Al Ain via the Al Ain International Airport, Abu Dhabi’s second international airport. Located 15 kilometres northwest of the city centre, the airport receives 14 international flights and 4,000 passengers each week.

Tourists can also fly in to Abu Dhabi International Airport, the UAE’s second largest airport, which serves over 94 destinations in 56 countries. Located almost two hours away from Al Ain, the Abu Dhabi Airport is the base and hub to Etihad Airways, the UAE’s national flag carrier.

Tourists can also fly in to Abu Dhabi International Airport, the UAE’s second largest airport, which serves over 94 destinations in 56 countries. Located almost two hours away from Al Ain, the Abu Dhabi Airport is the base and hub to Etihad Airways, the UAE’s national flag carrier.

Passengers arriving at the Abu Dhabi Airport can use the Department of Transport’s express bus service for a speedy ride to Al Ain city.

International visitors can also book flights to the UAE’s two other airports, Dubai International Airport and the new Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport.

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