UAE supplies equipment, generators to Yemen's Aden Int'l Airport

The equipment was provided following issues caused after the airport’s only generator broke down

The move is aimed to combat electricity problems at the airport.
The move is aimed to combat electricity problems at the airport.

The UAE has supplied equipment and electricity generators to Yemen’s Aden International Airport in a bid to support the airport functioning after its only generator broke down.

In a move to combat the electricity problems, the UAE has supplied a 1MW electricity generator to the airport.

According to state-held news agency Wam, the UAE previously helped restore the airport, supplied it with inspection equipment and computers, and constructed a medical clinic.

Additionally, the UAE provided an ambulance and buses to transport passengers to the airport, Wam reported. 

Speaking about the issue, president of General Authority for Civil Aviation and Meteorology, captain Saleh Salim bin Nahid, said that the assistance will solve generator disintegration-related issues faced by the airport.

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