Sharjah Airport is closing, but hotel prices have risen.

That’s because hotel accommodation is being supplied by suppliers at the airport.

This has been a concern for many travellers who have been concerned that hotels would be unable to supply the quality and quantity of accommodation they need.

Now, hotels are facing increased costs, which could result in more hotel closures.

The Sharjah Convention and Exhibition Centre, which is one of the biggest in the world, has been forced to close in May 2017 due to a lack of hotel accommodation.

The centre has struggled to keep up with demand, as hotels have gone bankrupt.

The airport has been one of its busiest airports for years.

In June, the Sharjah Business and Tourism Commission announced that hotel accommodation would be phased out from the airport in 2020.

“The airport has a large and diverse range of accommodation facilities that are available for all travelers,” said Sharjah Regional Airport Authority Chairman Mohamad Hamed, in a statement.

What you need to know about Sharjah airport: – Sharjah is one the busiest airports in the Middle East.

The Sharjah City Centre, the terminal itself and the rest of the airport are used by the city’s airport staff and other visitors.

It is the main hub for the international airport’s flights.

– Sharjah’s airport terminal has a capacity of 6.4 million passengers per year, making it the second busiest airport in the region.

– The airport’s terminal has more than 50,000 employees.

The average salary for the airport is approximately R18,000 a month.

– It has one of Europe’s busiest airports, with a population of 1.8 million.

– Its main airport terminal is the third busiest in the Sharjiah region, with 5.1 million passengers arriving every day.

– The Sharjjah City Airport is home to many international airports including Dubai International Airport, Istanbul International Airport and Istanbul Airport.