The airport is situated 11 miles (19km) from Jeddah.
Getting to the city
Taxis are available. Most visitors opt for the limousine taxi service, fares for which can be negotiated with the driver. There is a bus service connecting to the city but this tends to be crowded and unpleasant and is usually avoided by visitors. Construction will begin soon on a new high-speed rail link to connect the airport to the city.
Tel: +966 (0)2 684 2227.
Several major car rental companies are represented at the airport, including Avis, Budget and Thrifty.
Taxis are available. Most visitors opt for the limousine taxi service, fares for which can be negotiated with the driver.
Transfer between terminals
There is no transport provided. Passengers are required to pay for a taxi.
Although it has been extended and renovated several times, Jeddah's airport remains crowded and chaotic. There are four terminals, with the North Terminal being used exclusively for international flights. There are money exchange facilities, a restaurant and shops in this terminal. The vast Hajj terminals contain prayer and rest areas, markets, cooking facilities for pilgrims, a clinic, bank, and a mosque.
Jeddah Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.