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Jeddah, the second largest city in Saudi Arabia is located on the Red Sea and is the main port of the Kingdom. It is also called as the ‘Bride of the Red Sea’. The city is known for its famous Pilgrimage of Makkah and Medina. The Corniche provides an uninterrupted view of the sunset and also one of the world’s tallest fountains- Jeddah Fountain. Abdul Raouf Kalil’s museum is one of the most visited landmarks tracking down the ancient Islamic architecture, culture, artefacts, and much more. Jeddah is a thriving cosmopolitan city, featuring many interesting attractions such as beaches, King Abdul Aziz University, Ubhur and theme Parks. The city also boasts of some of the beautiful old souks- Al-Sagha, Al-Jamia, Al-Basha, and Al- Nada, selling products ranging from clothes and spices to electronics.
About the Jeddah International Airport
King Abdulaziz International Airport is located 19 km north of Jeddah. Though only the third largest airport in the country, this is the busiest airport of Saudi Arabia. It serves the Kingdom’s commercial center as well as the two holy cities of Islam - Makkah and Madinah. It is the main hub of Saudia, the national airway of Saudi Arabia. Its terminals include Hajj Terminal, Royal Terminal, General Aviation Terminal, Cargo Terminal and a military logistics base. It also offers facilities such as banks, shops, medical facilities and a prayer room.
IATA code: JED
Jeddah International Airport address
King Abdulaziz International Airport
Phone: +966 9200 11233
Istanbul, the city divided by the Bosphorus Strait, is the economic, cultural and economic centre in Turkey, and thereby the most populous city in the country. It retains its rich culture and traditions, attracting travellers from all the corners of the world. The city is home to beautiful mosques, basilicas, cathedrals, synagogues, and ancient bazaars with charming architecture. The Galata Tower is a medieval stone tower, called as the Tower of Christ in Latin, gives an amazing skyline view of the city. The famous church turned mosque - Hagia Sophia is a classic example of Byzantine architecture and the most cherished attraction of Istanbul. Places such as Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, Suleymaniye Mosque and Yedikule Fortress are the essence of the city and are must to visit. Istanbul is a global city and one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
About the Istanbul International Airport
Istanbul Ataturk Airport is situated 24 km west of the city centre in Yesilkoy. It is the primary and the biggest international airport of Turkey. This international airport is the main hub for Turkish Airlines. Having served more than 60 million passengers in 2015, Ataturk Airport is the 11th busiest aiport in the world, in terms of total traffic, and the 3rd busiest airport in Europe, after London Heathrow and Paris Charles De Gaulle. It consists of 2 passenger terminals, where T1 serves domestic carriers and T2 serves international carriers.
IATA code: IST
Istanbul International Airport address
Istanbul Atatürk Airport
Phone: +90 212 463 30 00
What is the frequency of Jeddah to Istanbul flights
AtlasJet, flynas, Saudia and Turkish Airlines have direct flights from Jeddah to Istanbul daily. Other airlines also fly with stopovers. The first flight of the day is at 12:05 AM on Qatar Airways and the last flight of the day is at 11:59 PM by flynas. Other flights are also available at good intervals throughout the day.