Al Ain International Airport
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|Al-Ain International Airport
مطار العين الدولي
|IATA: AAN – ICAO: OMAL|
|Operator||Abu Dhabi Airports Company|
|Opened||31 March 1994|
|Time zone||UAE Standard Time (UTC+04:00)|
|Elevation AMSL||866 ft / 264 m|
Al Ain International Airport (IATA: AAN, ICAO: OMAL) (Arabic: مطار العين الدولي; transliterated: Matar al-Ayn Al-Dowaly) is an airport located 8 nautical miles (15 km; 9.2 mi) west north west of Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. It was opened in 31 March 1994. 14 flights and 4,000 passenger pass through the airport each week.It is the fifth busiest airport in UAE.
Airlines and destinations
|Air India Express||Kozhikode|
|Rotana Jet||Abu Dhabi|
|Ukraine International Airlines||Charter: Goa, Kiev-Boryspil|
|Midex Airlines||Baku, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Colombo-Bandaranaike, Karachi, Lahore, Manila, Prague|
Incidents and accidents
- On 27 February 2011, a Grumman 21T eight seater aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff killing four of those on board.
- United Arab Emirates AIP (login required)
- Salem, Ola (9 November 2011). "1994: Capital opens another air route". The National. Retrieved 10 November 2011.
- "Rotana Jet moves base to Abu Dhabi International". thenational.ae. 27 October 2014.
- "Four Americans dead in plane crash". Eturbonews. Retrieved 28 February 2011.
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