Saudi Arabia is one of the Richest Country in the Middle East, has dozens of Airports including international domestic, regional, and Aramco Airports. The Airport in Jeddah receives heavy passengers during the Hajj season. Here, we listed Domestic and International Airports with details.
List of International Airports
King Fahd International Airport`
Opened on 28th November 1999, operated by General Authority of Civil Aviation sited in Dammam, the Airport receives 5,267,000 passengers, 82,000 Cargo (tons), and over 50,000 aircraft movement in the statistics of 2012. The length of the airport is 4,000 meters.
King Abdulaziz International Airport
It is inaugurated in 1981 located in Jeddah and spreading in 15 square kilometers, it operated around 18 million passengers per year, has 4000 meters of runway with an Asphalt surface.
King Khalid International Airport
The airport occupies an area of 315 square kilometers, located 35km north of Riyadh, opened for operation in 1983, and the two parallel runways both 4,260 meters long. The airport has 11,600 vehicles parking facility, has 4 passenger terminals with around 14 million passenger movements in the year.
Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport
The International Airport named after Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and opened in 1974 located in Medina, is handling over 2 million passengers and handles 20-35 flights a day, has a 3,290-meter long runway.