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Riyadh at a glance
Accommodating a population of 7.3 million of the total 9 million in the country, Riyadh is the largest city and the capital of Saudi Arabia. Proud of its cultural heritage and traditions, this global metropolis is a lovely blend of historical sites and modern infrastructure with some remarkable architecture. Though mostly a business destination, Riyadh does have plenty of tourist attractions and luxury shopping centres to offer; these include the Antiquities Museum, Al Faisaliah Tower, Clock Tower, Masmak Fortress, National Museum, Riyadh Zoo, Owais Souq, Sky Bridge, and Kingdom Center.
About the Riyadh airport
Based 35 km north of Riyadh, King Khalid International Airport is the second biggest airport in Saudi Arabia. Stretching over an area of around 315 sq.km, this airport is among the world’s largest airports. There are 4 main passenger terminals (only 3 are operational at the moment) which are fitted with 8 aerobridges each. Terminals 1 and 2 cater to international passengers whereas Terminal 5 is for the domestic crowd. An additional terminal, with a helipad, caters to the Royal family and official government guests of the Kingdom. Facilities include ATMs, mosque, dining options, commercial shops, hotels, first-aid, rent-a-car and much more.
Riyadh airport addressRiyadh Airport,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Phone: +966 (0)1 221 1000 / Fax: +966 (0)1 221 1637
Jakarta at a glance
Located on the northwest coast of the island of Java, Jakarta is the capital city and the largest city of Indonesia. This vibrant city offers a great mix of sight-seeing, multi-cuisine options, shopping centres and a dynamic nightlife. Places to visit include The National Museum, Lapangan Banteng, Dunia Fantasi, Gedung Pancasila, Monas, Awan Lounge, Plaza Indonesia, and the Flea Market and much more!
Christened as a megalopolis, Jakarta is known for its heavy traffic, but that doesn’t stop one from enjoying and experiencing the most from this hospitable city.
About the Jakarta International Airport
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (SHIA) or Soetta, is the main airport operating in the Greater Jakarta area in Java, Indonesia. It is located 20 km west of Jakarta city centre and is also known as Cengkareng Airport, due to its proximity to the town of Cengkareng. Having served 54 million passengers in 2015, it holds the record of being the busiest airport in the southern hemisphere and the 18th busiest airport worldwide. Apart from free WiFi services for passengers, the airport also has a golf course on the left of the main airport gate, located in the Sheraton Bandara Hotel. Airport lounges, dining options, and shopping areas are amongst the other facilities available.
Jakarta International Airport address
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Jakarta,
Phone: +62 21 5505179
Frequency of flights from Riyadh to Jakarta
More than ten airlines service this route from Riyadh to Jakarta on a daily basis. The first flight of the day is at 12:15 AM from Riyadh and reaches Jakarta at 9:15 PM. The last flight of the day is at 10:50 PM from Riyadh, with numerous other flights at regular intervals.