Abu Dhabi International Airport of United Arab Emirates has been renamed as Sheikh Zayed International Airport. According to Arab media, the change of name of Abu Dhabi Airport will be applied from February 9, 2024, on which day Terminal A covering 742 thousand cubic meters will be officially inaugurated. Once Abu Dhabi Airport’s Terminal A becomes operational, it can accommodate 79 aircraft at a time and will have the capacity to handle 4.5 million passengers annually. Terminal A has started trial and partial operational but it will become fully functional on February 9, 2024 and Abu Dhabi Airport will be renamed Sheikh Zayed International Airport from that day. It should be noted that Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan was the founder and first president of the United Arab Emirates who died in 2004 at the age of 86. He led the UAE on the path of development and made it a modern country.