Expansion of Jazan's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Airport reviewed

Acting Governor of Jazan Province, HRH Prince Mohammed, reviews capacity-expansion project at GIZ airport

HRH Prince Mohammed reviewed the GIZ expansion.
SPA
HRH Prince Mohammed reviewed the GIZ expansion.

Saudi Arabia’s HRH Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Mohammed bin Abdulaziz, Acting Governor of Jazan Province, has inspected the expansion of aircraft runaways and parking areas at the province’s King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Airport (GIZ), which was established in 1978 and has a passenger handling capacity of 900,000, according to Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation.

GIZ’s director-general, Mubarak bin Mohammed Al Shahrani, provided updates to Prince Mohammed about the airport construction project, which includes the expansion of GIZ’s runways, airport yards, and parking areas.

The expansion project is being implemented to accommodate large aircraft and increase flights to and from GIZ, according to Saudi Arabia’s state news agency, SPA.

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