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Sharjah Airport records freight volumes of 35,000 tons in Q3


Sharjah Airport has experienced a remarkable presence in traffic with over 4 million in the third quarter of 2023, recording a rise of over 12 percent compared to the same period last year. Furthermore, the volume of freight handled during the period reached around 35,000 tons, apart from more than 3,000 tons of sea-air freight, reflecting the Authority’s commitment to boost efficiency and the capacity to quickly respond to freight operations that need particular attention, such as handling, shipping and storage.

In addition, air traffic during the period reached 26,000, owing to the advancements made in the airport’s services and ongoing development activities in accordance with its strategic vision. The Authority aims to strengthen the airport’s position as a leading hub for aviation and travel on a regional and international scale.

To provide quick and simple access to services for passengers and guarantee a distinguished travel experience, Sharjah Airport Authority is continuing its expansion project. Moreover, it is also providing all essential facilities to both regional and international airlines, increasing the number of destinations covered by the airport and participating in global and regional aviation exhibitions to reinforce Sharjah Airport’s position at both regional and global levels.

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