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Situated in the centre of Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh is the largest city, with a population of almost 7.3 million, and the capital of Saudi Arabia. Though a traditionally conservative city, this place is known for both its historical sites, as well as modern architecture and infrastructure, deeming it as a global city. When in Riyadh, the must-see places include Masmak Fortress, Al Faisaliah Tower, National Museum, Riyadh Zoo, Owais Souq, Sky Bridge and Kingdom Center among many others.
About the Riyadh airport
Located 35 km to the north of Riyadh, King Khalid International Airport is the second biggest airport in Saudi Arabia, after Jeddah (King Abdulaziz International Airport) airport. Covering an area of about 315.65 sq.km, this airport is among the world’s largest airports. Although equipped with 4 main passenger terminals, with 8 aerobridges each, only 3 are in use as of now. Terminals 1 and 2 are used for international flights whereas Terminal 5 is for domestic flights. An additional terminal 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 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
London, the capital of England, stands on the River Thames and is one of the world's most sought after holiday destinations. This vivacious, boisterous and multi-cultural city has long been known for its famous attractions such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Madam Tussauds- Wax Museum, and The London Eye and for its extravagant shopping experiences at Bond Street, Carnaby Street, Covent Garden and Oxford Street.
Abode to human history, art, and culture, the British Museum showcases more than seven million objects like Rosetta stone, Elgin Marbles, Cat Mummies, iconic paintings and much more. Experience the impressive structure of prison turned palace, and home to the Kohinoor diamond- Tower of London, English architecture on the twin Baroque at St. Paul's Cathedral and the holy grounds which stand for Christianity, Westminster Abbey.
About the London Heathrow International Airport
Heathrow Airport is the major international airport, west of Central London, United Kingdom. With five passenger terminals, this airport is the world's sixth busiest airport, by passenger traffic, that managed 75 million passengers in 2015. It is the primary hub of British Airways, and also the primary operating base for Virgin Atlantic. The airport offers world class facilities and entertainment, ranging from internet services and customs allowance to hi-end restaurants and luxury shopping.
IATA code: LHR
London Heathrow Airport address
Heathrow Airport Limited,
The Compass Centre,
Phone: +44 (0) 844 335 1801
What is the frequency of Riyadh to London flights
Several airlines provide multiple flights from Riyadh to London, allowing you to select a suitable option for you, whether direct or with layovers. The first flight of the day from Riyadh is scheduled at 12:15 AM which reaches Heathrow airport by 5:55 PM and the last flight departing Riyadh is at 10:50 PM, arriving at Heathrow at 1: 05 PM the following day.