|Operator||Government of Yemen|
|Elevation AMSL||639 m / 2,097 ft|
Airlines and destinations
|Yemenia||Amman, Cairo, Socotra|
As of March 2018, there are only two flights operated by Yemenia: Amman and Cairo. Until November 2017 it was the sole operating airport in Yemen, due to the air blockade on Sana'a International Airport and political turmoil in Aden International Airport 
- ^1 As of early 2016, all of Yemenia's flights operated via Bisha Domestic Airport. However, Yemenia does not have the traffic rights to transport passengers solely to/from Bisha.
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