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King Khalid International (RUH)

King Khalid International Airport (RUH) is the primary international airport serving Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. Opened in 1983, the airport was designed with a striking modern architecture and lush landscaping uncommon among airports at its scale. With a land area that encompasses about 225 square kilometers, it stands as one of the largest airports in the world by area.

The airport features a mosque that can accommodate 5,000 worshippers, a testament to its integration of cultural elements. RUH has multiple terminals, including a dedicated Royal Terminal to serve the Saudi Royal Family, senior government officials, and official guests. A massive expansion plan is already underway to cater to the increasing number of passengers, expected to reach 35 million annually by 2035. The airport serves as a key operation hub for Saudia, the nation's flag carrier, and provides a rich array of passenger amenities, interconnecting the vibrant economy of Riyadh with the rest of the world.

About King Khalid International


Saudi Arabia





Airport Lounges

10 Lounges


2 Runways

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