Haradh Airport

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Haradh Airport

مطار حرض
Airport typePrivate
OwnerSaudi Aramco
OperatorSaudi Aramco
Elevation AMSL919 ft / 280 m
Coordinates24°06′07″N 49°13′20″E / 24.1020°N 49.2221°E / 24.1020; 49.2221Coordinates: 24°06′07″N 49°13′20″E / 24.1020°N 49.2221°E / 24.1020; 49.2221
Direction Length Surface
ft m
16/34 7,972 2,430 Asphalt

Haradh Airport is a small airport in the oil complex of Haradh in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The airport occupies an area of 1.1 km2 next to the residential camp.


Saudi Aramco, the national oil company of Saudi Arabia, owns and operate the airport providing logistic support to the remote oil complex. Using Boeing 737 and Dash 8 aircraft, the company operates scheduled flights to Dammam for the headquarters in Dhahran. The Airport still closed and is under renovation.


The airport is equipped with one runway, 2,430 meters long and 30 meters wide. 10 parking/gates can be found there in addition to a helipad.