Abha Regional Airport Reviews


Abha Regional Airport Reviews

Abha Regional Airport (Arabic: مطار أبهـــا‎, IATA: AHB, ICAO: OEAB) is an airport in Abha, the capital of ‘Asir Province in Saudi Arabia.

The Abha Regional Airport has services to several domestic airports within the Kingdom. It also offers international flights to Aden and Sana’a in Yemen, Cairo in Egypt, also it has non stop flights to Dubai and Sharjah in the UAE. Construction of Abha Airport was started in mid-1975 by Laing Wimpey Alireza. Hitherto domestic flights were handled at the military airport near Khamis Mushait. The Abha Regional Airport was launched in 1977. The design was carried out by the Dutch Consultants NACO. The site was new construction area between the cities of Khamis Mushait and Abha and served both equally.

Abha Regional Airport resides at an elevation of 6,858 feet (2,090 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 13/31 with an asphalt surface measuring 3,350 by 45 metres (10,991 ft × 148 ft).


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