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Abu Dhabi Airport Free Zone

ADAFZ, was incorporated in March 2006 to start a major re-development of the Emirate’s aviation infrastructure. It was a part of an ambitious restructuring initiative launched by the Government of Abu Dhabi, aimed at delivering better services to support the Emirate’s long term economic and tourism strategies and to help build a more vibrant economy that attracts and promotes private sector investment.

Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), the owner and operator of Abu Dhabi International Airport is set to establish a logistics park right next to the airport which is planned to operate as a free zone facility. The creation of the logistics part at Abu Dhabi Airport is aligned with ADAC’s objective of financing its airport development program, generating non aeronautical revenues and minimizing Government grants. The logistics park is strategically placed next to the Abu Dhabi International Airport’s on the crossroads between east and west and the large scale economic development of the Emirate.

The facilities like offices, light industrial units and warehouses are all present there.

  • Letter of Intent.
  • Company profile or brochure.
  • Trade license copy (existing company)
  • Passport copies of the shareholders

The following licenses can be applied for at ADAFZA:

  • Trade License: Allows the holder to import, export, distribute and store items as per ADAFZA rules and regulations.
  • Service License: Allows the holder to carry out the services specified in the license within the Free Zone. Type of service must conform to the parent company’s license.
  • Industrial License: Allows the holder to import raw materials, carry out the manufacture of specified products and export the finished product to any country.

KPIZ will be serviced by the new Emirates rail line and transverse by state-of-the art roads and highways. The area will include the large scale development of specialized logistics and storage warehouses and have access to the most modern broadband ICT ubiquitous infrastructure.