You can get a free gift and lounge access when flying out of Abu Dhabi this summer

Free parking, Dhs100 voucher and more on offer for passengers

You can get a free gift and lounge access when flying out of Abu Dhabi this summer

Summer is here and in the next few weeks the streets of Abu Dhabi will get a little quieter as people leave the city for cooler climes for a few months.

For those of us staying in Abu Dhabi it can be a great time to enjoy a staycation and make the most of all the summer deals.

If you leaving Abu Dhabi, for a holiday or for the summer, you can now take advantage of a free gift on offer from Abu Dhabi Airport.

All passengers, on any airline, flying out of the airport from now until August 31 are eligible for the gift and can redeem it online. 

So what's on offer? 

Passengers can choose from free parking, a Dhs100 voucher to spend at duty free and access to the VIP lounge. 

Away for a short trip? Free parking is valid for seven days and additional days will be charged. 

Want to shop? You can redeem a Dhs100 voucher to spend at DFS Abu Dhabi Duty Free shops at the airport. 

Prefer to relax before your flight? The VIP diamond lounge access is available for two passengers and children under 12 can also gain access with a 50 percent discount. 

Everyone who redeems a voucher will also go into a prize draw to win Dhs1,000,000 so there's another reason to fly from Abu Dhabi this summer.

Not bad, eh? To redeem the offer visit choose your offer and dowload the voucher. 

We'll see you at the airport. 

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