Saudi Arabia’s international airports performed well, despite the problems caused by the Corona epidemic. It has maintained its status in the list of 100 best airports in the world.
International Skytrax said that “More than 500 international airports included in the survey. The company prepares exceptional reviews to evaluate the performance of airports and airlines.
Saudi Arabia 4 International Airports Made Their Place In Top 100 Airports Of World
- King Abdulaziz International Airport is rank 50th among international airports.
- King Khalid International Airport was rank 58th among international airports.
- Amir Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport was rank 68th among the international airports.
- And King Fahd International Airport was rank 87th among international airports.
Saudi Arabia Airports Ranks Compared To Previous Year
Skytrax said King Khalid International Airport had gained 36 degrees compared to last year. While Amir Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport has gained 16 degrees and King Fahd Airport has gained 4 degrees.
“At the Middle East level, King Abdulaziz International Airport is third, King Khalid is fifth, and King Fahd is ninth,” Skytrax said.
Amir Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport is ranked sixth in the Middle East for the second year in a row and ranked first among the best regional airports.