Dhahran Airport Reviews


Dhahran Airport Reviews

Dhahran International Airport also known as King Abdulaziz Air Base (IATA: DHA, ICAO: OEDR) in Dhahran, formerly served the city of Dammam and the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. In 1999, after the opening of the King Fahd International Airport, all scheduled flights were shifted out of Dhahran International Airport.

The Dhahran Airport terminal building is one of the architectural works of Minoru Yamasaki, and was completed in 1961. The architecture is a blending of traditional Islamic forms with modern technology. For example the flight control tower has the appearance of a minaret. Images of the terminal have been used on Saudi banknotes and is viewed as having influenced the design of a number of important buildings throughout the Middle East.

Dhahran International Airport has been transformed into a military airbase. I has been renamed King Abdulaziz Air Base and serves the purposes of the Royal Saudi Air Force.


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Dhahran Airport Official Website

Dhahran King Abdulaziz Air Base Airport Map

Dhahran King Abdulaziz Air Base Airport Weather Forecast

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