The air traffic around King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) in Jeddah is very busy. Watch live on the flight radar which flights are departing from and to Jeddah and get informed about the status of a flight. View all aircrafts above Jeddah and start tracking a flight live with one simple click. Flight radar makes it easy to monitor a flight and get informed about all flight details. It doesn’t matter if you want to check the arrival or departing time of a specific flight or if you just want to receive other interesting flight information – flight trackers like Flightradar24, Flightaware or Radarbox24 provide you with all the flight details you are looking for.
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Live Flight Radar Jeddah: Tracking flights from and to King Abdulaziz International Airport
You are about to travel to Jeddah or Mecca? Or do you just want to watch the live air traffic above the city? With flight tracking apps it’s very easy to monitor a flight and get real-time updates about the flight status of any aircraft. All you need to track a flight is one simple click on one of the airplanes shown in the flight radar map. After you selected a flight you receive all the information about the aircraft: the exact position, the arrival and departure time, details about the airline and you can see from where the aircraft is coming from and where it is flying to. If you want to track a specific flight you can also enter the flight number in the search field of the flight tracking application. You don’t know the flight number? No worries. You can also search a flight in the flight list or by typing the name of the airport or airline in the search bar. It is also possible to navigate on the map with your mouse or fingers to an airport of your choice. Flightradar shows you all the flights above Jeddah, Mecca or any other city you are looking for.
See live how many aircrafts are up in the sky above Jeddah and watch the air traffic around King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) and the new King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) on the real-time flight radar map.
King Abdulaziz International Airport JED
Serves: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Hub for: Saudia, Flynas, Flyadeal
King Abdulaziz International Airport (مطار الملك عبدالعزيز الدولي) is the busiest airport of Saudi Arabia and an important airport for Muslim’s visting the holy place Mecca. It even has a terminal which was specially built for Muslim pilgrims going to Mecca on the Hajj. The Hajj Terminal can handle around 80,000 passengers at the same time and is one of the largest terminals in the world. Jeddah Airport has also a royal terminal for the exclusive use of the King of Saudi Arabia and members of the Royal family.
New King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA)
Since 2019 the new King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah opens it gates. It consists of 4 passenger terminals and also offers a terminal for pilgrims – the so-called Haj and Umrah Terminal Complex. With an are of 456,000 square meters this terminal is the fourth largest passenger terminal in the world. It is equipped with high-tech facilities for pilgrims and for completing screening procedures. The airport has hotels and a mosque to aaccommodate 3,000 worshippers as well as many cafes, restaurants and duty free shops. The New King Abdulaziz Airport also has a huge indoor garden to provide travelers a stress-free and peaceful environment.
Jeddah Airport (JED): Tips for pilgrims going to Mecca
King Abdulaziz International Airport is the main airport serving Jeddah and is especially during Hajj very busy. The airport has a terminal for pilgrims who travel to the holy city of Mecca. Although each year around 3.7 million pilgrims participate in the Hajj, the terminal can handle this large amount of people. Known as the fourth largest terminal in the world it can handle 80,000 passengers at the same time. So you don’t have to worry about it. But before you travel for the Hajj you must have:
- a valid permit to perform Hajj
- an identification card and wristband from your Hajj travel agent and
- a vaccicante certificate
Also keep in mind that your Hajj and Umrah visas are only valid for travel dates in the areas of Jeddah, Makkah and Medina and for travel between this areas.
Hajj visa holders should enter and depart from Jeddah Airport (JED) and Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Airport in Madinah only. All passengers with a Hajj visa enter and depart from Hajj Terminal – this includes also pilgrims on scheduled flights for Istanbul, Mumbai, Dehli, Jakarta, Dhaka and Karachi.
Pilgrim can easily reach their destination from Jeddah Airport with the Makkah-Medina high speed rail, wich link Medina with Mecca, JED airport and Jeddah.