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48 million passengers expected at King Khaled International Airport by 2038

The General Authority for Civil Aviation Saudi predicted the number of passengers to King Khaled International Airport will be 48 million passengers a year by 2038, prompting the authorities to prepare a draft detailing the comprehensive development of the airport.

They have also chosen to abandon the idea of re-planning Terminal 4 at King Khalid International Airport to raise the capacity of airport capacity to about 12 million passengers per year, because they are currently managing this total without it.

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