ADAC to demonstrate its pride to visitors on National Day
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, November 29 - 2012 at 11:37
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To honour the 41st annual National Day, as the operator of the main gateway to United Arab Emirates' Capital, Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) is ensuring that passengers and visitors will be educated on the UAE's rich history and that Abu Dhabi International Airport will reflect ADAC's commitment to championing the UAE spirit.
During National Day, the Capital's airport will feature live entertainment for passengers of all ages, henna drawings, a falcon show, and craft displays alongside photo galleries of both past and present historical sites from around the UAE.
All departing passengers will also receive gift bags including pins, scarves and other souvenirs.
H.E. Ali Majed Al Mansoori, Chairman of ADAC said, "As the operator of gateways to the UAE, ADAC is eager to play its role in representing the UAE's culture and heritage at its airports on this remarkable day, and throughout the year. Every day, the company strives to demonstrate to passengers from around the globe Abu Dhabi's style of customer service, through the airport's efficient operations, shopping options, and strategic partnerships with local airlines, to encourage passengers to continue to use Abu Dhabi as their main route to the rest of the UAE. ADAC is proud of its contributions to the UAE's overall connectivity, and is excited to celebrate the 41st National Day with all passengers."
The Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS) will also be joining ADAC's initiatives in celebration of the UAE's 41st birthday and will host several cultural and arts exhibitions at its facilities in Al Bateen Executive airport.
The shows will include a photo gallery of His Highness Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan, the late president of the UAE, a viewing of an exhibit of traditional fashion by UAE designer Mona Al Mansouri and a painting and calligraphy exhibition of various local artists.
The centre is also organising various competitions among its students and will be distributing gifts and books to all visitors, as well as giving them the opportunity to enjoy henna drawings.
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