Click here to explore our guide to travelling safely through our airport at this time
Click here to explore our guide to travelling safely through our airport at this time

Abu Dhabi Airports welcomed the new eased travel measures at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) where PCR test service upon arrival is now optional for travelers coming to the emirate. The PCR Test facility at AUH remains available in the same location as an optional service at AED 40 for passengers who would like to activate their green pass on Al Hosn App, which is mandatory to enter public places, tourist attractions, and other facilities in Abu Dhabi.

Frequently asked questions

Visit our Luggage Regulations page for information about liquids and gels restrictions for hand luggage and weight limits for bags you are checking in.
The UAE has strict policies in place and some medications available over the counter in other countries are banned. Make sure you are familiar with these rules by contacting your nearest UAE consulate or embassy. Read more by visiting our Customs page
Depending on which terminal you are going to, there are various parking options to suit the duration of your stay. Find out more about parking rates and where to park.

Walking between the Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 buildings at Abu Dhabi International Airport should not take you more than 20 minutes, as these two terminals are adjacent to each other.

Terminal 2 is approximately 2km from Terminal 1.

Yes. In order to ensure the highest levels of passenger security, each terminal has a security check area at each point of entry. 
Yes. At Abu Dhabi International Airport we are committed to taking care of the security of all of our travellers and guests to the airport and, much like most international airports, we operate security checks upon entry of the airport and another before the departure gates.

You need to bring any official document that declares you are student in educational institution, for more details you need to contact the department of Immigration and foreign affairs in Abu Dhabi.

Yes you may travel to your country; however to another country you should have a valid passport for more than 6 months.