Kochi Abu Dhabi flight details
Cochin - Abu Dhabi is one of the busiest sector with lot of passengers. The distance between this sector is 2817.64 km. The flight duration between Cochin to Abu Dhabi is 3 hrs 55 minutes. There are almost 12 airlines operate to this sector and almost 4500 seats are available per day. You can book your cheapest Cochin to Abu Dhabi flight ticket from akbartravelsonline.com
Cochin formerly known as Cochin is the major port city of Ernakulam district in the State of Kerala. Cochin is a metropolitan region with most densely populated city in the State. Cochin city is also a part of the Greater Cochin Development region. The city is been classified as the B-1 grade city by the government of India which made the city as the highest graded city in the State. The city of Cochin is also known as the 'Queen of Arabian Sea' as it was an important spice trading centre on the Arabian sea coast from 14th century. The city of Cochin ranks first in terms of the number of international and domestic tourists arrival in Kerala.
Cochin International Airport
Cochin International airport is the important airport which serves the city of Cochin and the neighboring districts. The airport is the largest and busiest airport in the state. The airport is located in Nedumbassery, which is around 30 km away from Ernakulam. CIAL is the first airport in India developed by PPP ( Private Public Partnership) model.
About Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi is the capital city of UAE and the largest city among the 7 member emirates. It is the second largest city in terms of population. Abu Dhabi is country's political, industrial, cultural and commercial centre due to its position as capital. It is also the home to many financial institutions such as Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, Central Bank Of the United Arab Emirates. Abu Dhabi is also headquarters to many companies and multinational corporations. It is one of the largest producer of oil. Abu Dhabi has made an attempt to diversify its economy in recent years through investments in financial services and tourism. One of the most important architectural landmarks is the Sheik Zyed Mosque. Abu Dhabi has over 2,000 well maintained parks, gardens and beaches. Abu Dhabi government is planning to expand revenue from oil and gas production to tourism and other sorts of features which would attract different kinds of people. Abu Dhabi has a diverse and multicultural society.
Abu Dhabi Airport
Abu Dhabi International Airport is the main aviation hub and the second busiest airport in UAE. It is one of the fastest growing airport in the world in terms of passengers, new airline operators and infrastructure development. The IATA code for the airport is AUH. It is the second largest airport in UAE, it has served 10 million passengers in the year 2012.