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Located in the centre of Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh is the largest city and the capital of Saudi Arabia. Rich in culture, Riyadh is also known for its historical sites, marvelous architecture, and impressive infrastructure. Typically a business destination, it does offer many must-visit places such as Masmak Fortress, Al Faisaliah Tower, Clock Tower, National Museum, Riyadh Zoo, Owais Souq, Sky Bridge, Water Tower, Al Thumairi Gate, and Kingdom Center among many others.
About the Riyadh airport
King Khalid International Airport is the second biggest airport in Saudi Arabia, after Jeddah (King Abdulaziz International Airport) airport. Covering an area of almost 315 sq.km, this airport is among the world’s largest airports and located 35 km north of Riyadh. Of the 4 main passenger terminals, each equipped with 8 aerobridges, only 3 are in use as of now. Terminals 1 and 2 are for international flights and Terminal 5 for domestic flights. An additional Royal terminal, with a helipad, caters to the Royal family and official government guests of the Kingdom. Also, this airport has one of the most remarkable mosques, located in the centre of the passenger terminals, which can accommodate up to 5000 people; other facilities include luxury shopping and dining options among many others.
Riyadh airport addressRiyadh Airport,
PO Box 12531,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Phone: +966 (0)1 221 1000 / Fax: +966 (0)1 221 1637
Lahore, the capital of Punjab province in Pakistan is known as the “Heart of Pakistan” for its rich cultural history and growing economy. Bustling with people, Lahore is one of the most liberal and cosmopolitan cities in Pakistan. The Lahore Fort, also known as Shahi Qila, is the city’s most famous monument exhibiting classic Mughal features and glorious Islamic architecture. Influenced by the Mughals, the city hosts plenty of attractive Mughal monuments such as the Jehangir’s Tomb, Badshahi Mosque and Tomb of Noor Jahan. The Shalimar Garden, built by the great Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, is one splendid and royal garden not to be missed!
About the Lahore airport
Allama Iqbal International Airport, erstwhile Lahore International Airport, is located 15 km from Lahore city centre. It is the second largest passenger airport in Pakistan and consists of 3 terminals; Allama Iqbal terminal, the Hajj terminal, and a cargo terminal. Several facilities are available at the airport, which includes dining options, lounges, prayer rooms, and free Wi-Fi access amongst others.
Lahore airport address
Allama Iqbal International Airport,
Lahore 54000, Pakistan.
Phone: +92 42 924 05 08
What is the frequency of Riyadh to Lahore flights?
Saudia airline offers direct flights from Riyadh to Lahore daily departing at 6:40 PM and arriving at Lahore at 12:55 AM the following morning. Several other airlines ply between these two cities and depart as early as 4 AM till about 11 PM, with several flights in between with a decent frequency.