Plans are afoot … Al-Ula airport prepares to receive “Gulf summit leaders”

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Meanwhile, the second stage works have been completed to raise the capacity of its runways

In full swing, Al-Ula Airport is preparing to receive the leaders of the Gulf states, who are holding their 41st summit, tomorrow, Tuesday. Where the President of the Civil Aviation Authority inspected the airport lounges, facilities and work plans completed to receive the leaders, according to Al-Arabiya.

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula has announced the end of the second phase of the work to raise the capacity of the runways of Al-Ula airport, in cooperation with the General Authority of Civil Aviation, as the airport represents one of the main elements of the strategy aimed at making Al-Ula a major tourist destination and a logistical center for the northwest of the Kingdom.

The completion of the development phase of Al-Ula airport coincides with the preparations of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate to receive more visitors in the governorate, which has witnessed an increase in tourists since the opening of the archaeological sites last October.

It is expected that the governorate will witness a growth in the number of visitors, coinciding with the increase in the number of direct flights from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, in addition to more events that will be launched during next January, most notably the opening of the Old City site for visitors, which will be open throughout the year for the first time; This gives visitors a unique experience that accompanies them through time.

The authority announced earlier, the completion of the renovation of the main building and the expansion of the aircraft services yard to accommodate larger aircraft, in addition to increasing the airport’s capacity by 300% from 100,000 passengers to 400,000 passengers annually.

The authority responded to the engineering requirements to expand the aviation services yard, and the auxiliary corridors for aircraft, as the size of the airport services yard increased to 89,000 square meters, while the extension of the secondary corridors reached 110,000 square meters, and as a result of this expansion, Al-Ula Airport could accommodate 10 additional aircraft; Six E-Class and four C-Class aircraft.

The authority adopts the sustainability methodology according to the 12 strategic principles derived from the authority’s charter and framework plan, as the sustainability methodology works to balance innovation, heritage, arts and culture, and the airport development plans included the unique cultural nature of AlUla.

Hours separate the world from the start of the upcoming 41st summit of leaders and leaders of the Gulf states in AlUla; Where the summit agenda witnesses many local, international and regional files; As well as issues of promoting joint work and integration.

Plans are afoot … Al-Ula airport prepares to receive “Gulf summit leaders”

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In full swing, Al-Ula Airport is preparing to receive the leaders of the Gulf states, who are holding their 41st summit, tomorrow, Tuesday. Where the President of the Civil Aviation Authority inspected the airport lounges, facilities and work plans completed to receive the leaders, according to Al-Arabiya.

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula has announced the end of the second phase of the work to raise the capacity of the runways of Al-Ula airport, in cooperation with the General Authority of Civil Aviation, as the airport represents one of the main elements of the strategy aimed at making Al-Ula a major tourist destination and a logistical center for the northwest of the Kingdom.

The completion of the development phase of Al-Ula airport coincides with the preparations of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate to receive more visitors in the governorate, which has witnessed an increase in tourists since the opening of the archaeological sites last October.

It is expected that the governorate will witness a growth in the number of visitors, coinciding with the increase in the number of direct flights from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, in addition to more events that will be launched during next January, most notably the opening of the Old City site for visitors, which will be open throughout the year for the first time; This gives visitors a unique experience that accompanies them through time.

The authority announced earlier, the completion of the renovation of the main building and the expansion of the aircraft services yard to accommodate larger aircraft, in addition to increasing the airport’s capacity by 300% from 100,000 passengers to 400,000 passengers annually.

The authority responded to the engineering requirements to expand the aviation services yard, and the auxiliary corridors for aircraft, as the size of the airport services yard increased to 89,000 square meters, while the extension of the secondary corridors reached 110,000 square meters, and as a result of this expansion, Al-Ula Airport could accommodate 10 additional aircraft; Six E-Class and four C-Class aircraft.

The authority adopts the sustainability methodology according to the 12 strategic principles derived from the authority’s charter and framework plan, as the sustainability methodology works to balance innovation, heritage, arts and culture, and the airport development plans included the unique cultural nature of AlUla.

Hours separate the world from the start of the upcoming 41st summit of leaders and leaders of the Gulf states in AlUla; Where the summit agenda witnesses many local, international and regional files; As well as issues of promoting joint work and integration.

04 January 2021 – 20 Jumada I 1442

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Meanwhile, the second stage works have been completed to raise the capacity of its runways

In full swing, Al-Ula Airport is preparing to receive the leaders of the Gulf states, who are holding their 41st summit, tomorrow, Tuesday. Where the President of the Civil Aviation Authority inspected the airport lounges, facilities and work plans completed to receive the leaders, according to Al-Arabiya.

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula has announced the end of the second phase of the work to raise the capacity of the runways of Al-Ula airport, in cooperation with the General Authority of Civil Aviation, as the airport represents one of the main elements of the strategy aimed at making Al-Ula a major tourist destination and a logistical center for the northwest of the Kingdom.

The completion of the development phase of Al-Ula airport coincides with the preparations of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate to receive more visitors in the governorate, which has witnessed an increase in tourists since the opening of the archaeological sites last October.

It is expected that the governorate will witness a growth in the number of visitors, coinciding with the increase in the number of direct flights from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, in addition to more events that will be launched during next January, most notably the opening of the Old City site for visitors, which will be open throughout the year for the first time; This gives visitors a unique experience that accompanies them through time.

The authority announced earlier, the completion of the renovation of the main building and the expansion of the aircraft services yard to accommodate larger aircraft, in addition to increasing the airport’s capacity by 300% from 100,000 passengers to 400,000 passengers annually.

The authority responded to the engineering requirements to expand the aviation services yard, and the auxiliary corridors for aircraft, as the size of the airport services yard increased to 89,000 square meters, while the extension of the secondary corridors reached 110,000 square meters, and as a result of this expansion, Al-Ula Airport could accommodate 10 additional aircraft; Six E-Class and four C-Class aircraft.

The authority adopts the sustainability methodology according to the 12 strategic principles derived from the authority’s charter and framework plan, as the sustainability methodology works to balance innovation, heritage, arts and culture, and the airport development plans included the unique cultural nature of AlUla.

Hours separate the world from the start of the upcoming 41st summit of leaders and leaders of the Gulf states in AlUla; Where the summit agenda witnesses many local, international and regional files; As well as issues of promoting joint work and integration.





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