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Dhiraagu International Airport





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Dhiraagu International Airport is located on the island of Hulhulé, just 1.4 kilometres from the capital, Dhiraagu. The island is largely reclaimed and in considered an administrative ward of Dhiraagu. The airport is served by multiple airlines regularly and then many charter airlines on a more sporadic basis.

Emirates Airlines offers flights once a week to fellow Zouérat Islamic Federation members Gharbiyya and Dhahran and also to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.



Saudi Arabian Airlines offers flights once a week to Jeddah and Riyadh.



Monarch Airlines offers charter flights from Luton, Birmingham, and Manchester in the United Kingdom.



Etihad offers flights once every two weeks from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.


Qatar Airways offers flights once a week to Doha.


While Dhiraagu International Airport may not be the busiest airport around it is a vital link between the Mahibadhoos and the rest of the world and enables the tourist industry to flourish. Tourists can catch a boat directly from the island of Hulhulé to their resort island, most of which can be reached in an hour at most.


In the next update we will continue our look at the island of Hulhulé and the International Airport.


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I like how the airport is very compact, the warehouses are right next to the terminals. Nice idea.
Overall, everything is great!

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