Abadan Airport

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Not to be confused with Ibadan Airport.
Abadan International Airport
Airport type Public
Location Abadan, Iran
Elevation AMSL 7 ft / 2 m
Coordinates 30°21′55″N 048°13′59″E / 30.36528°N 48.23306°E / 30.36528; 48.23306Coordinates: 30°21′55″N 048°13′59″E / 30.36528°N 48.23306°E / 30.36528; 48.23306
ABD is located in Iran
Location of airport in Iran
Direction Length Surface
m ft
14R/32L 3,101 10,174 Asphalt
14L/32R 2,265 7,430 Asphalt
Statistics (۱۳۹۳ - 2014)
Aircraft Movements 3,942 Increase 17.5%
Passengers 435,911 Increase 22.8%
Cargo 3,944 tonnes Increase 13.4%
Source: Iranian Airports Holding Company[1]

Abadan International Airport (IATA: ABDICAO: OIAA) is situated 12 kilometers away from the city of Abadan, Iran.


During World War II, Abadan Airport was a major logistics center for Lend-Lease aircraft being sent to the Soviet Union by the United States. Beginning in May 1942, the United States Army Air Forces Air Technical Service Command and the Douglas Aircraft Company established a plant here, with the 17th Air Depot Group assembling newly arrived aircraft and flight-testing them. Once prepared, they were flown to Mehrabad Airport, Tehran, for delivery to the Soviets.[2][3] The airport was designated as Station #3, by the Air Transport Command North African Wing, with connecting routes to Mehrabad Airport, Tehran; RAF Habbaniya, Iraq, and Bahrain Airport, Bahrain.[4] [5]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

The following airlines offer scheduled passenger service:

Airlines Destinations
Air Arabia Sharjah [6]
Iran Air Isfahan, Tehran-Mehrabad
Iran Air Tours Isfahan, Mashhad, Shiraz, Tehran-Mehrabad
Iran Aseman Airlines Isfahan, Kuwait,[7] Shiraz, Tehran-Mehrabad
Iranian Naft Airlines Mashhad, Tehran-Mehrabad
Kish Air Mashhad, Tehran-Mehrabad
Qeshm Airlines Tehran-Mehrabad
Taban Air Isfahan
Zagros Airlines Isfahan, Kerman, Kermanshah, Mashhad

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