Created : 3-р сар. 28, 2016, 3:50 p.m.

April will be busy for ACI, with no fewer than ten events taking place around the world. ACI North America will host an eclectic range of events during the month, including the Business of Airports Conference (4–6 April in Orlando, Florida); the Airport Board & Commissioners Conference (10–12 April in Indianapolis); and the Environmental Affairs, Business Information Technology, Operations & Technical Affairs, and Public Safety & Security Conferences (19–21 April in Austin). ACI Africa’s Regional Conference and Exhibition will be held 10–12 April in Cairo and will focus on the economic sustainability of African airports. Session topics include a CEO roundtable on economic development and the sustainability of air travel in Africa; strengthening commercial revenues; safety and security; airport cities; air cargo; and more. Indicative of our commitment to leaving no airport behind when it comes to training, the event will be followed by two Developing Nations Airport (DNA) assistance programme courses on threat assessment/ risk management and improving nonaeronautical revenues. The ACI EUROPE Airport Commercial & Retail Conference & Exhibition will take place 11–13 April in Helsinki. Now in its 25th year, the event (formerly called Airport Trading) will address the issues and challenges faced in generating non-aeronautical revenue and attracts 400+ senior level attendees to the highly-regarded conference, social events and an exhibition. From 18-20 April, ACI Asia-Pacific will host its 11th Regional Assembly, Conference and Exhibition in Gold Coast, Australia. Attendees can expect to take part in spirited discussions during sessions that cover commercial development, route development and tourism, airport financing, leadership in aviation, the passenger experience, preparing for large-scale events, technology, safety and more. Finally, we will cap off the month with the first Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Forum of the year, to be held in Brisbane from 20–22 April. The theme of this forum is “The people behind the numbers,” and delegates will develop a deeper understanding of their customers’ wants and needs, and learn how to craft a passenger service strategy that more than meets expectations. The variety of topics covered across ACI’s April events is a direct reflection of the wide array of disciplines which today’s airport managers must master. In the end, though, it can all be summed up with one word— excellence. From customer service, safety and security to economic and environmental sustainability, now more than ever ensuring excellence in your airport’s operation requires a vast depth and breadth of knowledge. From Orlando to Brisbane, Cairo to Helsinki and all points in between, ACI is committed to ensuring that you have the information and support you need to make the best decisions for your airport and the community it serves.

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Police department
Tel: +976-98220762, 99328102, 91328102, 89428102

Medical point

Medical point of the airport Tel: +976-11-283033

Airport Service

Baggage storage

1st floor of the airport #126


Business Lounge

Business Lounge of the airport is located on the 2nd floor of the Airport. Capacity of the lounge is 60-80 person at one time.


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3F 24 hours shopping



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+976 11 283200, +976 11 1900-1980

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International and Domestic Arrivals



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VIP Lounges

Business Lounge of the airport is located on the 2nd floor of the Airport. Capacity of the lounge is 80-100 persons. You can receive Border control, Customs, Security inspection and baggage delivery service at one point. Payment should be made by cash.
Tel.: +976-70049911
Online reservation
Domestic VIP Lounge fee for flight diplomatic passengers is by order and/or for reserved passengers is by charge.
Tel.: 976-11-70049819, 98220671

Special reservation from State Protocol Office and Protocol Department shuod be booked 24 hours in prior.
Tel.: 976-11-283068, 98220672