Frequently asked questions

The Arriving Passenger allowance can be found here and is displayed at each of the Duty Free arrival shops situated in the baggage halls of each terminals
To find out about connecting flights, visit the My Flight application on the homepage.
Exceptions are made for medications and special food (e.g., baby food and diet foods) that you may need during the flight. These articles may be carried outside the resealable plastic bag (see Luggage Regulations), but they must be separately inspected at the security check. In cases of doubt, our security staff may require you to prove that you require these products during the flight.
Any duty free items you buy that constitute as Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) will be put in a specially sealed bag upon purchase by airport Duty Free staff and can be carried on board as long as the seal has not been tampered with or broken. The same applies for Duty Free items bought on board your flight. It’s important that you ask duty free staff about regulations and allowances relating to your duty free purchases, especially if you have an onward connecting flight from your next airport.
Your best option would be to park in one of our Short Term car parks.
The Al Dhabi Lounge, Etihad Diamond First Class Lounge and the Etihad Pearl Business Class Lounge all have fully equipped children’s play areas with trained nannies if you need to have a break too. Find out how to access these lounges here.
There are plenty of food and retail outlets in all three Abu Dhabi International Airport terminals. Find out more by using our Shop, Dine, Unwind tool that will show you what’s available in your terminal.