Dammam airport to become business city

21 September 2008

Plans are in the works to develop King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, Saudi Arabia into a full-fledged business city with advanced facilities to attract more foreign airlines and passengers, reported Arab News. Khaled Al-Muzael, the airport's director, said the initiative is in line with the global trend of providing business facilities and opportunities near airports. The project includes construction of hotels, conference halls, an aviation training institute and aircraft maintenance industries as well as playgrounds and parking areas.

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