Residents and industries appreciate the plans for airport in Ajman

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Residents and tourism workers have approved Ajman’s plans to construct a Dh2.1 billion international airport.

Residents and industries appreciate the plans for airport in Ajman

Residents and industries appreciate the plans for airport in Ajman

The airport, which is approximated to obtain its first flight in 2018, is to be constructed in Al Manama, on eastern border in Ajman. The plans were completed and concluded by the Crown Prince of Ajman, Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi.

Residents who now have to go to Sharjah or Dubai for a flight averred that they were happy and excited at the probability of an airport on their doorways. This plan will strengthen tourism and business in the emirate.

Meanwhile, hotel executives stated that they were enthusiastic to make the most of the improvement to tourism an airport would give. This will bring more population to the emirate, which will intensify tourism.

It was significant the airport could fascinate the precise kind of charter flights to raise numbers of visitor.

Hotels did not encounter any main troubles in taking visitors from Dubai or Sharjah, but something that reduced travel time was an additional benefit for people on holiday.

Some were waiting to witness what facilities were accessible but were designing to take office space at the airport because that can directly bring guests to the hotel.

This will certainly multiply the tourist numbers because tourism is rising each year and the number of hotels is mounting lately.

Rashidi Omrani, chief executive of Ajman International Airport stated that he did not intend to contend for business with the bigger airports in the nation. He also averred that aircraft maintenance and cargo would make up most of the business. One significant concern is aircraft maintenance, another is cargo.

This project will increase businesses and tourism, not only for Ajman. It will be open for big industries and this is revenue for the emirate.

Mohamed Dekkak