As of now, there are only two airports that are receiving transfer fees from international airlines: Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The other is the Singapore International Airport.
The UAE government has announced it will be adding two new airports to the list, and Abu Al-Huda airport, which serves Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and the UAE, is one of them.
The UAE government had previously said it would only accept one transfer fee from each airline.
Now that it has added two more, the total amount of fees will be higher.
In the first place, the UAE government is also looking at the value of the airports’ assets.
The first airport, Dubai International Airport, will get an estimated $5 billion in funding from the UAE’s government.
The government said it will give the airports a “full and fair valuation” after the financial year 2022.
As for Abu Dhabi International Airport (ADIA), the government said the airport will get a total of $4 billion.
Abu Dhabi’s airport is currently listed at a valuation of $2.8 billion.
The United Arab Emirates government has already offered $4.9 billion in loans to ADIA to help with the airport’s construction and operating costs.
ADIA is already scheduled to open in 2022, with the UAE announcing it will host the 2022 World Cup.
In a statement on its website, the government stated that “The government of the United Arab Emirate will guarantee the safety and security of the citizens and residents of the Emirates, and to secure the security and prosperity of the people of the region.
This will include safeguarding the economic growth of the country, protecting the interests of the UAE and its citizens and citizens of other countries, and protecting the economy and the citizens of the Gulf region.
We will make every effort to safeguard the safety of our citizens and the residents of our country.”
In addition to the three new airports, the new list of airlines that will receive transfer fees is expected to be released in October.
The list will include airlines that have yet to receive transfer fee funding from international carriers.
According to the Financial Times, these include Delta, American, Air France, United Airlines, British Airways, Austrian, Germanwings, Qantas, Ryanair, Turkish Airlines, United States Airways, and Qatar Airways.