Bahrain Airport

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Bahrain Airport (IATA: BAH; ICAO: OBBI), is the international airport serving Bahrain, located in Muharraq, an island situated 7 km away from Manama, the capital of Bahrain. BAH Airport operates as hub for Gulf Air.

 

 

The kingdom of Bahrain is a multi-ethnic society and a popular tourist destination in the Middle East. Bahrain is famous for its impressive mosques, burial mounds, and traditional markets. The following are the ten most beautiful areas in Bahrain.

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Designated as the capital of Arab culture in 2012, Manama is a beautiful and traditional city with a nice skyline. The capital of Bahrain is the trading center and financial hub in the Persian Gulf. Its skyline includes two sets of twin towers, the World Trade Center and the Financial Harbor towers. If you go to go through traditional Bahrain, visit the Bab-Al-Bahrain market, in which you will find a bit of everything, from clothes and food to gold and pearls, a historic tradition.

The Al-Fateh Mosque, made of marble, it's impressive for its large dome made of fiberglass brighting during the night.
In 2016, Bahrain Airport (BAH) handled 8,766,151 passengers, being the busiest airport in Bahrain (passenger influx). The busiest routes departing from Bahrain airport are Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat and Kuwait City.

Terminal Information

Bahrain International Airport (BAH) has one large passenger Terminal divided into parts:

 

- Entrance and exits

- Arrivals

- Departures

- Boarding area


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Facilities and Services

Gatwick Airport has a wide number of services and facilities at its passenger Terminals:

 

 

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Transport

 

At Bahrain International Airport you can use the following transport options to go to Manama city centre:

 

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About Muhurraq

 

Muhurraq, in Bahrain and where the airport is located, is an island city around which the Amwaj artificial islets were recently built. With the purpose of creating housing, hotels, and beaches, the entire area of Muharraq now has a modern extension. The city’s traditional market, called souq (market in Arabic), where you can find all sorts of traditional foods and crafts is also worth a visit.


Contact information:

 

Airport Adress: Al Muharraq, Bahrain

 

Aiport number: +973 8000 7777

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