Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the UAE-based low-cost carrier, has announced the introduction of its City Check-in services in Abu Dhabi.
The City Check-in service aims to provide passengers with added convenience and flexibility by enabling them to drop off their baggage and collect their boarding passes at a location near them before travelling by Air Arabia.
The service allows passengers to select seats and receive their boarding passes and baggage claim tags. They can then immediately proceed to the flight upon arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Located at the Air Arabia Sales Shop in Abu Dhabi, the centres will accept baggage from 24 up to eight hours before departure, which is then transported directly to Abu Dhabi International Airport. The sales shop is located next to Jumbo Electronics on Hamdan Street in Abu Dhabi and is open daily from 9 am to 8 pm.
Abu Dhabi City Check-in
To avoid long queues at the airport, travellers can use the city check-in service, which is available in Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, and Ras Al Khaimah. The city check-in facility allows passengers to check their luggage and collect their boarding passes.
Simply drop off your bags and collect your boarding pass.
- Open Saturday – Thursday from 09:00 am to 08:00 pm and on Friday from 09:00 am to 11:00 am and 02:00 pm to 08:00 pm.
- Located at Abu Dhabi Sales Shop Ground Floor, Next to Jumbo Electronics Hamdan Street, Abu Dhabi.
- Early check-in starts within 24 hours and closes within 8 hours prior to the flight departure.
It is worth noting that there is a small handling fee of AED 20 if you check in at the city counter.
About Air Arabia Abu Dhabi
The low-cost carrier, a joint venture between Etihad Airways and Air Arabia, has been based at Abu Dhabi International Airport since its commencement in July 2020. With the addition of Tbilisi, it now services 23 flights from Abu Dhabi.
Etihad also code-shares with the airline, which means that flights between Etihad’s worldwide network and Air Arabia Abu Dhabi’s short-haul network can be booked directly.
Despite the fact that Air Arabia Abu Dhabi was formed in collaboration with Etihad, it remains committed to the low-cost carrier Air Arabia’s business model. Although it functions as a regional carrier feeding into Etihad’s network, the whole experience is distinct from Etihad’s.