Airport Aden

Airport Aden

Aden International Airport is the second largest commercial airport after Sana'a airport in the Republic of Yemen and an important hub of Yemen Airways.

Regular scheduled domestic flights serve Al-Mukalla, Ar-Riyan, Sanaa or Seiyun. International routes fly to Amman, Abha, Bahrain, Berbera, Dammam, Jeddah, Nairobi and Sharjah.
  • URL: Aden (ADE)
  • Time zone: GMT 3
  • Service telephone: +967 (0)2 - 43 626
  • Address: Aden International Airport, PO Box 424, Crater, Aden, Republic of Yemen
  • Operating company: Civil Aviation an Meteorology Authority of Yemen (CAMA)
  • Parking: Yes, there is plenty of parking available.
  • Nearby cities: Aden (6 km)
  • Directions by car: The airport is near the coastal road that connects Aden to Al-Kawd/Zinjibar, about 6 km or 4 miles northwest of the city of Aden.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (8.42%), Tuesday (12.13%), Wednesday (11.88%), Thursday (9.41%), Friday (9.90%), Saturday (16.58%), Sunday (31.68%)
  • Alternative spelling: Adan, Аден, Адэн, Άντεν, ஏடன், अदन, एडन, عدن, עדן, ადენი, Ադեն, เอเดน, 아덴, アデン, 亚丁, 亞丁

Most popular destinations from Aden (Flights per week )

  1. Cairo International (14, 58,33 %)
  2. Addis Ababa (4, 16,67 %)
  3. Amman - Queen Alia International Airport (3, 12,50 %)
  4. Djibouti (2, 8,33 %)
  5. other (4.17 %)

First opened in 1927, the airport is located approximately 6 km or 4 miles northeast of the city centre. It is accessible on the coastal road Aden - Al Kawd.

Getting to and from the airport using other means of transport is possible by shared taxi or bus, which are available from the terminals in Sheikh Othman. Buses serve Aden city along with several other major cities in Yemen such as Al-Hudayda, Al-Mukalla, San’a and Ta’izz. The journey to the inner city takes about 20 minutes. Passengers may also use a private taxi.