Airports in Ad Dammam, Saudi Arabia is known as King Fahd International Airport. Located at about 25 km from Dammam city center. The design of airport began in 1976 and construction began in 1983. And officially the airport was opened on 28 November 1999.
The airport is the world's largest airport According of Guinness World Record, with a total is about 780km of area. Airlines operating at the airport are Air Arabia, Air India, Cebu Pacific, EgyptAir, Iran Air, PrivatAir, Kuwait Airways, Philippine Airlines, Oman Air and several other airlines.
In addition to serving passenger flights, the airport also serves cargo flights.
Facilities of the airport are ticket booking counter, toilets, shops, cafes, ATM machines, smoking rooms, mosques and hotels are available at this airport.
The airport is about 25 kilometers from Dammam city center. You can use a taxi, bus or rental vehicle. Make sure you have local money Saudi Arabian Riyal to make all necessary payment.
Ad Dammam King Fahd International Airport is not a large airport so there are not many flights departing here. There are only a few destinations that you can reach from Ad Dammam King Fahd International Airport, most of these are operated by Etihad Airways. Many people take a flight to Abu Dhabi and transfer to another flight there.