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Located in the heart of the Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh is the largest city and the capital of Saudi Arabia. It is a global city and home to a population of almost 7.3 million. Though a conservative city, this place is quite known for both its historical sites and modern architecture and infrastructure. When in Riyadh, the must-visit places include the Antiquities Museum, Clock Tower, Water Tower, Masmak Fortress, Al Faisaliah Tower, National Museum, Riyadh Zoo, Owais Souq, Sky Bridge, and Kingdom Center among many others.
About the Riyadh International Airport
Situated 35 km to the north of Riyadh city centre, King Khalid International Airport is the second biggest airport in Saudi Arabia, after Jeddah (King Abdulaziz International Airport) airport. It covers an area of about 315.7 sq.km, and is among the world’s largest airports. Although equipped with 4 main passenger terminals, with 8 aerobridges each, only 3 are in use as currently. Terminals 1 and 2 cater to international passengers whereas Terminal 5 caters to domestic passengers. The Royal family terminal caters to the royal family and official government guests of the Kingdom. Also, this airport has one of the most remarkable mosques, situated in the centre of the terminals and can accommodate up to 5000 worshipers.
IATA code: RUH.
Riyadh International Airport addressKing Khalid International Airport,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
Phone: +966 9200 02016 / Fax: +966 (0)1 221 1637
Lucknow is the capital, as well as the largest city, of the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. This historical & royal city of the Nawabs (prince or ruler) is a hub for the arts, education, and a plethora of relics from the British Raj. Some of the major attractions in Lucknow are the Residency, Qaisar Bagh, Begum Hazrat Mahal Park, Maharaja Bijli Pasi Quila, Satkhanda, Shish Mahal, Swarna Jyanti Park, State Museum, and Rumi Darwaza.
Hindi and Urdu are the most popular languages spoken in the city. Whilst in Lucknow, relish the local cuisine here consisting of Nawabi style biryani, kebabs, and variants of bread.
About the Lucknow International Airport
The twelfth busiest airport in India, the Lucknow International Airport is named after the fifth Prime Minister of India, late Chaudhary Charan Singh (1902 - 1987). This international airport is located in Amausi which is approximately 13 km away from the city centre and 10 km away from the main railway station. There are three terminals at the airport; Terminal 1 for international passengers, Terminal 2 for domestic passengers, and Terminal 3 for both domestic and international passengers. The Airport’s Authority of India adjudged this airport as the Best Airport in July 2013.
IATA code: LKO
Lucknow International Airport address
Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport
Uttar Pradesh 226009,
Phone: +91 522 243 5404
What is the frequency of Riyadh to Lucknow flights
Several airlines fly from Riyadh to Lucknow; these include Saudia, Air India, Oman Air, Gulf Air, Etihad, Jet Airways, flynas, Qatar Airways, and Vietnam Airlines. The first flight of the day is at 00:15 and the last flight of the day is at 22:50. Many other flights are scheduled throughout the day at regular intervals. The shortest flight is almost 7 hours long.