Al Ain, also known as the Garden City, is the second largest city in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the fourth largest city in the UAE. Al Ain International Airport is Abu Dhabi’s second airport. It is located 18km northwest of Al Ain City and positioned at latitude 24°15′41.0″N 55°36′32.7″E. If you are driving, take Suleimat Road, the main highway leading out of Al Ain, and follow signs to the airport. It has one terminal with 10 check-in desks including one for business class travelers, 4 gates, a 4,000m runway and a parallel 4,000m taxiway. The airport is currently used by a total of eight airlines.
Time zone: GMT + 04.00
Telephone: +971 (03) 785 5555
Information desk Tel: +971 (03) 855 555
Al Ain International Airport Facilities:
Money and communications:
A bank and bureau de change
, ATM and public telephones are available in the main terminal building.
Eating and drinking:
There are two restaurants
, coffee shop and a self-service cafeteria
which is open 24 hours.
There are shops
and duty-free complex.
Luggage: Trolleys are available in the arrivals.
Conference and Business Facilities:
There are no business or conference facilities at the airport; the nearest facilities are located in the Al Ain city centre hotels
Public transport: Public buses
to Al Ain serve the airport. Car rental
companies in the center of the city will drop-off a rented car at the airport for you to collect. If you need to book a 'rent a car' online, you can use our Book Your Trip
search template to compare the car rental prices in Al Ain and book the best deals online.
There is a medical centre
located in the main terminal building. A picnic area
and children’s playground are available in the airport’s landscaped gardens
. The terminal building is accessible to wheelchair users and there are disabled toilets.
Hotels and Accommodations near Al Ain Airport:
The Al Ain International Airport does not own any hotel. The nearest hotels
to the Airport are Al Ain Rotana, Hilton Al Ain and InterContinental Hotel in Al Ain.