Riyadh: King Khalid International Airport

The King Khalid International Airport was opened in 1983 (1403/04 AH). Located 35 kilometers north of Riyadh, with a land area of 225 square kilometers, the King Khalid International Airport is a masterpiece of modern architecture, blending traditional Arab design with the requirements of efficiency, and incorporating into the whole the essential Islamic character of the Kingdom. It is decorated with the works of many Saudi artists. It has four terminals and, from its inauguration, had the capacity to handle 7.5 million passengers a year. By the year 2000 (1420/21 AH), its capacity was more than 8.3 million passengers a year.

For more pictures of Riyadh, click here

See Airports

Related Items

King Khalid International Airport, Riyadh Click to view high resolution version

King Khalid International Airport, Riyadh

See also:

Main reference point:


Profile of Saudi Arabia

The Country Profile contains thousands of pages of information on every aspect of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including its geography, history and development (political, economic and social).