Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation announced the opening of Neom Bay Airport in the northern region of Sharma. The Authority said that the airport has been licensed and was prepared to get commercial flights beginning on 30 June 2019, after the primary period of improvement work was finished and was enrolled by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) prior with the code “NUM.”
Neom Bay Airport will lead regular flights to financial investors and employees of Saudi Arabia’s giant Neom venture. It is likewise viewed as another window on the Red Sea. It is a standout amongst the most present day and significant airplane terminals in the Middle East locale and the most geologically unmistakable since it is situated on the outskirts of three nations: Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt.
The airport establishment comes within Saudi Vision 2030 and aims to support the development of the national economy by creating a modern and global logistics platform for organizations and individuals around the world. The all out region of the air terminal is 3,643 sq. meters and has a shed to oblige upwards of six aircraft.
Neom is expect to be completed within the next seven to 10 years, according to the project’s website. The Kingdom announced last week that Neom Bay Airport will be the first in the region to the fifth generation wireless network. Neom Bay Airport is the latest addition to Saudi Arabia’s 35 flight hubs serving a population of more than 32 million people.