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King Fahd International Airport, Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation operates the King Fahd International Airport. This airport’s design began in 1976. Construction initiated in 1983. King Fahd International opened commercially in 1999.

The Guinness Book of World Records pronounced King Fahd International the largest airport at 780 square kilometres. This airport’s website reported the airport facility only operates 36.76 square kilometres of its land.

King Fahd International even contains a mosque that can accommodate 2,000 people. Developers constructed a special terminal in the airport for Saudi Arabia’s royal family.

King Fahd International holds two runways at identical lengths of 4,000 metres long.

In 2015, King Fahd International served 9,407,000 passengers.

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