Abha airport to serve 250 nations

Saudi Arabia’s Abha International Airport is expected to enhance the prominence of the Aseer region as an attractive tourist destination by increasing air connectivity to 250 destinations.

TT Bureau

His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, Prime Minister & Chairman, Council of Economic and Development Affairs, has announced the launch of the master plan for the new Abha International Airport.

The airport aims to embody a consistent architectural identity with the heritage of the Aseer region, transforming it into a prominent landmark. Its terminal area will expand to 65,000 sq.mt., as planned to complete the first phase by 2028, compared to the current 10,500 sq.mt. of the existing airport. This expansion includes the construction of passenger boarding bridges, self-service facilities for travel procedures, and high-capacity parking facilities.

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