United Arab Emirates

Ras Al Khaimah Airport Spotting Guide

Ras Al Khaimah Airport Spotting Guide

Our member Jeremy Denton and his father Paul visited Ras Al Khaimah International Airport (RKT / OMRK) from Dubaï. The airport has a passenger terminal, a cargo terminal and an aircraft maintenance area. Currently, Ras Al Khaimah International Airport is being rebranded within efforts to attract legitimate cargo, in particular from establishments under the Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone and also passengers traffics mostly charter services. This airport is good if you spend times in Dubai or around that you can managed to go to RKT for a half of day for a ramp tour.

Abu Dhabi Airport Spotting Guide

Abu Dhabi Airport Spotting Guide

Abu Dhabi – A city like one from Arabian Nights! And it is not just a city somewhere in the desert; it is the capital of the UAE! Our members Marlin and Jonas frequently visit Abu Dhabi and created a guide for this worth seeing city. The capital airport is the home of the world’s fastest growing airline, Etihad Airways. Being a base for EY, Abu Dhabi airport makes most of its profit from the national airline of the UAE.

Dubai International Airport Spotting Guide

Dubai International Airport Spotting Guide

Dubai International Airport – One of the world’s largest and fastest growing airport never comes to a rest. A mega hub which already now connects the entire globe with the UAE’s largest city! It is the busiest airport in the Middle East Area. The variety of airlines and their origin is very interesting in DXB and you get a lot of very unique stuff there, especially from the Iranian carriers, which may use very old equipment for their flights – the Boeing 727 for example but still really rare since 2014. But, officially it is forbidden to take pictures of…

Sharjah Intl. Airport Spotting Guide

Sharjah Intl. Airport Spotting Guide

SHJ is not the biggest airport and the traffic is limited compared to the big brother Dubai, who is just a few of kilometres away. But there are a couple of unique airlines, especially cargo operators, who serve the airport and with only one active runway, its almost impossible to miss the flights. Last update about what’s stored at SHJ (3x 742 Midex, 2x A300F Midex, 1x Greek 742, 1x 732 A6PHA (all white), 1x 74SP Kinshasa, 1x B707 Kinshasa, 1x 734 Global Jet, 1x AN24 and 1x Tu154 ER-TAI).