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Jeddah Airport closed for security reasons reopened for flights

Jeddah International Airport reopened for flights several hours later after Saudi Arabia’s Houthi rebels fired ballistic missiles and drones.

According to Arab media, Jeddah airport was closed for all kinds of flights due to the attacks of Houthi rebels on Saudi Arabia and no flight was allowed to take off.

According to media reports, flights from all over the world were sent to Jeddah to land at the alternative airport, most of the flights were landed at Madinah International Airport.

After receiving security clearance, Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport was reopened for flights.

Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz Airport remained closed for five and a half hours due to security reasons. A Saudi Arabian Airlines cargo flight landed at 3:03 pm local time.

According to aviation sources, flight number SV954 returned home from Nairobi. The Ethiopian Airlines flight, which was circling in the air for 25 minutes, also landed at 3:05.

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