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Muharraq International Airport: (BAH) (Bahrain)
In any given week 12 Middle East carriers, led by the national carrier Gulf Air, operate
more than 300 flights to over 50 destinations in the Gulf and wider Middle East market,
including points in North Africa. 72-hour and 7-day visas can be obtained on arrival at
the Bahrain International Airport or at the King Fahad Causeway. These visas are mainly
intended for professional business visits, trade delegation and those attending
exhibitions and seminars.
International Airport: (BEY) (Lebanon)
The development of Beirut's International Airport is hoped to bring about a substantial
increase in the number of tourists visiting Lebanon, particularly businessmen, as well as
attracting major airline companies and increasing transit traffic.
Dubai International Airport:
(DXB) (United Arab Emirates)
Dubai International Airport has two terminals through which passengers can depart Dubai,
depending on the destination they are travelling to. It also has a VIP departing service
known as Al Majlis. Most major airlines arrive at Terminal 1, while Terminal 2 is mostly
used by airlines coming from Iran, CIS countries and
those operating chartered flights.
Airport: (FJR) (United Arab Emirates)
A traditional Arabian facade and cantilevered window arches characterize the main terminal
building of Fujairah International Airport, with marble flooring and bright open spaces
from the main entrance area.
Airport: (SHJ) (United Arab Emirates)
The airport is well connected to all major international destinations. It is just 10
kilometres from Sharjah city centre and about 15 kilometres away from the Emirate of
Dubai. It is also just a few kilometres away from the Emirates of Ajman, Umm Al Quwain,
Ras- Al-Khaimah and Fujairah.
Aviv - Ben Gurion Airport: (TLV) (Israel)
Ben Gurion Airport has a bus service to many parts of Israel. The bus stops are located in
the central plaza of the airport - opposite parking lot no. 1. Bus no. 222 (in terminal 1
opposite entrance gate 3) runs from Ben Gurion Airport via the North Tel Aviv Railroad
station to the area of the hotels along Hayarkon Street.
Airlines of the World.
Airport Codes - Sorted by Destination.
| A-B | C-E | F-I | J-M | N-R | S-U | V-Z |
Three Letter IATA Airport Codes
A - B
- C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M
N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
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