Saudi Arabia: Riyadh Airport opens terminals 3 and 4; talks of city and airport becoming global hub

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Saudi Arabia is often overlooked as the regional powerhouse it aspires to be in Middle East aviation.

But with the opening of two terminals at Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport, that facility has ambitions to be a ‘global hub’.

Currently it lags airports like Dubai International in some respects.

But the loosening of tourist restrictions in the country will go some way to improving traffic flow both to and from it, and through it.

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