Abu Dhabi International Airport is implementing interim measures to boost annual capacity from 12.5 million passengers to about 20 million as it struggles to keep pace with traffic growth. Abu Dhabi Airports Co. (ADAC) plans to add 20 more bus gates to the existing Terminal 3, introduce gates capable of handling the Airbus A380, phase in more security checkpoints and build another arrival hall. The measures are expected to take effect as early as 2013. The expansion comes ahead of the ...
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