Our flights depart from Terminal 1 at King Abdulaziz International Airport, Jeddah (JED). When entering the terminal, keep an eye out for our flyadeal purple and lime check-in counters
Named after King Abdulaziz Al Saud and inaugurated in 2019, the airport is the busiest airport of Saudi Arabia and Terminal 1 is the newest and most modern facility.
It is located 19km north of Jeddah. Please Click here to find the map to our terminal.
To visit our sales office in Jeddah:
King Abdulaziz International Airport, Terminal 1, Gate D-2, Zone E1.
King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh is located 35 kilometers north of the city. It started operations in 1983 and since then has undergone rounds of modernization, becoming a key hub for the region. We are operating from Terminal 5 for domestic flights, which was opened in 2016. We are operating from Terminal 3 for international flights.
When entering T5 or T3 in RUH, please look for our purple and lime signs; you can’t miss us!
A map to our terminals is given here.
To visit our sales office in Riyadh:
King Khalid International Airport, Terminal 5, Gate 3, next to Starbucks.
King Fahd International Airport is our gateway to the Eastern Province, and is located about 20 km to the North West of Dammam. Commercial operations started here in 1999, and flyadeal flies daily flights to and from Jeddah. The airport is considered to be one of the largest in the world by land area, and the design combines both modern and Islamic influences.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dammam. Please find the map of the terminal here.
We look forward to welcoming you to Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz International Airport, in Al Qassim. The airport was established in 1971 and is located just west of Buraydah. The airport serves both domestic and international destinations, and flyadeal will serve the local community with daily flights to and from Jeddah.
A map to the terminal is given here.
Bisha Domestic Airport is a local airport away from the city center of Bisha, one of the cities of the Asir region, southwest of Saudi Arabia, about 2 km in the eastern direction. The airport was established in 1953, and Bisha Airport is the first airport in the Asir region where planes land
Please Click here to find the map for Bisha Domestic Airport
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Airport in Jazan, is our gateway to the port city known as the Pearl of the South. The airport was established in 1981 and is 3km from the city centre. Jazan is a growing economic hub on the Red Sea, close to coral islands, the Faifa mountains and archaeological ruins.
flyadeal will fly to Jazan from both Jeddah and Riyadh twice a day. A map to the terminal is given here.
Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Tabuk was established in 2011 and is considered the fifth busiest airport in Saudi Arabia. It is located 6km to the northeast of the city, and takes approximately 10 minutes to reach. The region is rich in antiquities and archaeological sites, such as Wadi Dam, Tabuk Castle and Ain Sukkrah.
flyadeal flies daily to Tabuk from Jeddah and Riyadh. A map to the terminal is given here.
Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah was opened in 1950 and is the fourth busiest airport in Saudi Arabia. The new terminal was opened in 2015 and was the first airport in the MENA region to achieve the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certificate.
flyadeal flies daily to Madinah from Riyadh. A map to the terminal is given here.
King Saud bin Abdulaziz Airport is a domestic airport that serves the city of Al Baha. The airport is located 45 km from the city.
Please click here to find a map of Al Baha Airport
Abha International Airport Is an airport in Abha, the capital of 'Asir Province in Saudi Arabia. It is about 18 KM in the southwest direction of Abha city.The airport was launched in 1977 and the international flights began in June-2006. Abha Airport receives more than 222 flights per week, including 188 domestic flights and 34 international flights.
Please Click here to find the map to Abha airport
Hail International Airport is an International airport serving Hail the capital of the Hail province in Saudi Arabia and its provinces (Baqa’a, Al-Shenan, Ghazala and the Ogdaha town). The airport opened in 1979 and became an international airports in 2017. The airport serve some of the Arab capitals such as Cairo, Dubai, Sharjah and Trabzon in Turkey. Hail International Airport is the busiest northern airport in the kingdom. In 2010, there were approximately 22,000 travelers traveled from Hail International Airport.
Please Click here to find the map of Hail airport
Ta'if regional Airport is an airport in Ta'if, in Saudi Arabia. The airport is 30 km to the east of Taif and 70 km from Mecca. The airport is considered important in Saudi aviation history as it witnessed the first landing of King Abdulaziz’s plane in the kingdom.
Please Click here to find the map to Ta’if Airport
Is an airport near Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. It offers both domestic and international service. The airport also known as Prince Abdul Mohsin bin Abdulaziz International Airport. The airport was upgraded in late 2009 to enable it to operate international flights with newly expanded arrival and departure lounges.
Please Click here to find the map to Yanbu Airport
Dubai International Airport is located 15 kilometers northeast of the city centre. It takes about 15 minutes to get to the airport from the city center if traffic is easy. We are operating from Terminal 1 of Dubai International Airport and which is the home to budget airlines (low-cost airlines)
You can click on the map here to get to Terminal 1 at Dubai International Airport
The Airport is located in the Farwaniya Governorate in Kuwait. It’s 15.5 kilometers south of the centre of Kuwait City. It serves as the primary hub for Kuwait Airways and Jazeera Airways. The airport was first launched in 1927–1928. The second phase was started in 1980, Its length is 386 meters, its width is 250 meters, and it has an area of 58000 square meters. This airport accommodates seven million passengers per year. Th current main airport structure designed by Kenzo Tange
Please Click here to find the map to Kuwait International Airport
Cairo International Airport is the busiest airport in Egypt and serves as the primary hub for EgyptAir and Nile Air as well as several other airlines. The airport is located in Heliopolis, to the northeast of Cairo around 15 kilometres from the business area of the city and has an area of approximately 37 square kilometres. Cairo International Airport is the second busiest airport in Africa.
Cairo International Airport, New Airport, Terminal 2
Please Click here to find the map to Cairo International Airport
To visit our sales office in Cairo:
Address: 03 Ibn Katheir St. Cornich El Nile, Unit # 16A, Ground Floor, Giza-Egypt
Tel: +202 333 75 446
Mobile: +2 0150 128 7575
Working Hours: 09:00-17:00 (SAT-THU)
Al-Ahsa International Airport is an airport serving Hofuf (also known as Al-Ahsa or Al-Hasa), a city in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia. It is the second airport serving the eastern province after King Fahad Airport.
Please Click here to find the map for Al-Ahsa International Airport
Queen Alia International Airport is Jordan's foremost and largest airport and is located in Zizya 32 kilometers (about 19.88 mi) south of the capital city, Amman. The airport is the air gateway to Jordan and is serviced by the premier global airline carriers.
Please click here to find the map to Queen Alia International Airport.
To visit our sales office in Jordan:
Address: Abedl Alhamid Shouman St – Building N. (7) – Shemisani – Amman .
Contact No: +9626 567 568 3 or +96279 172 0068
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Sharm El-Sheikh international airport is considered to be the second major airport in Egypt located 18 kilometers northeast from the city of Sharm El Sheik. The airport has approximately 10 million passenger traffic yearly. The airport is located in the heart of the resort area just near the Red Sea coast.
Sharm El Sheikh international Airport, Terminal 1
Please click here to find the map to Sharm El sheikh International Airport.
Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport, it is the main international airport in Georgia, located 17 km (about 11 mi) southeast of capital Tbilisi.
Please click here to find the map to Tbilisi International Airport.
Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport is one of the seven international airports serving Azerbaijan located 20 kilometers (about 12.43 mi) northeast of Baku.
Please click here to find the map to Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport.
Alexander Kartveli Batumi International Airport is an airport located 2 km south of Batumi. The airport is 20 km northeast of Hopa, Turkey, and serves as a domestic and international airport for Georgia and northeastern Turkey.
Please click here to find the map to Batumi International Airport
Doha international airport is located south of the capital, Doha and it is considered the principal airport in Qatar.
Please click here to find the map to Doha international airport.
Flights to Doha (Doha Int't Airport) will depart from:
- Riyadh (King Khalid Int'l Airport)
- Jeddah (King Abdulaziz Int's Airport - Hajj Terminal)
- Dammam (King Fahad Int's Airport)
Istanbul Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul, Turkey. It is located in the Arnavutköy district on the European side of the city.
Please click here to find the map to Istanbul International Airport.
Jouf Regional Airport is a regional airport about 25 km away from the city of Sakaka, the capital of the Jouf region in northern Saudi Arabia. The airport serves many governorates of the Jouf region and about 60 villages and their centers.
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Gurayat Local Airport is a local airport about 10 km from the city of Gurayat, one of the cities of the Al-Jawf region in the north of Saudi Arabia. The airport serves the city of Gurayat and the villages and its affiliated centers.
Please Click here for Gurayat Domestic Airport.
Trabzon Airport is located 6 kilometers from the city center of Trabzon, and the drive to the city center takes about 12 minutes.
You can click on the map here to get to Trabzon International Airport
Sarajevo International Airport, also known as Butmir Airport, is located 6.1 km southwest of the railway station in the capital, Sarajevo. It takes about 20 minutes to get to the airport from the city centre.
You can click on the map here to get to Sarajevo International Airport
Antalya Airport is located in the northeast, 13 km from the city center of Antalya, Turkey. The airport has two international terminals and one for domestic flights.
You can click on the map here to get to Antalya Airport
Kandiya International Airport was established in 1937 in the administrative district of Kandiya, with an altitude of 128 meters above sea level.
You can click on the map here to get to Heraklion Airport
Tivat is the second largest city in the Republic of Montenegro. It is a coastal city overlooking the Aegean Sea. It is a picturesque tourist area that attracts thousands of tourists every year. It contains the second largest airport in the country and has a metro station, a museum and a university. The city witnessed a great renaissance, especially after the independence of Montenegro from the Union of Serbia and Montenegro.
You can click on the map here to get to Tviat Airport
Larnaca International Airport is located in Larnaca, Cyprus and is just a few kilometers from the Cypriot capital, Nicosia. It is the main airport in Cyprus and the largest of the two airports in Cyprus, serving nearly 5 million passengers annually, according to 2005 statistics.
You can click on the map here to get to Larnaca Airport
Rhodes International Airport "Diagoras", is located on the western side of the island of Rhodes in Greece. The facility is located north of Paradisi village, about 14 kilometers southwest of the capital, Rhodes. Rhodes International Airport was the fourth busiest in Greece as of 2019, with 5,542,567 passengers handled.
You can click on the map here to get to Rhodes International Airport
Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is a Turkish international airport that serves the city of Izmir and its surroundings. The airport is named after the airport of former Prime Minister Adnan Menderes.
Izmir's main airport is located 18 km southwest of Gazmir on the road towards Ephesus, Selcuk and Pamukkale.
You can click on the map here to get to Adnan Menderes International Airport
Milas-Bodrum Airport is an international airport located in Bodrum, southwestern Turkey, serving the cities of Bodrum and Milas. The airport is located 36 km northeast of Bodrum, and 16 km south of Milas.
You can click on the map here to get to Milas International Airport
Please make sure you arrive at least two (2) hours before your flight is scheduled to take off to allow for increased checks and queues. Our gates close 30 minutes before departure and we will not be able to wait for you if you are late!