How do you get to Imam Khomeini airport?

Imam Khomeini Airport is accessible from Tehran by car, taxi and shuttle buses via Tehran-Qom and Tehran-Saveh freeways. Airport-operated taxis serve arriving passenger 24/7.

How many airports in Tehran?

Imam Khomeini Airport and Mehrabad Airport are the two main airports in Tehran, but none of them was the first airport built in Tehran.

What is the major airport in Iran?

Mehrabad International Airport
2019 Statistics

Rank Airport City
1 Mehrabad International Airport Tehran
2 Mashhad International Airport Mashhad
3 Imam Khomeini International Airport Tehran
4 Kish International Airport Kish

How many international airports are in Iran?

There are 64 Airports in Iran and this list covers all these 64 Iran Airports.

How do I check the status of my international flight?

You can follow the below steps to check your flight status after you make a booking:

  1. Logon to
  2. Click on Flight Status tab.
  3. Enter the departing and arriving destination.
  4. Enter your date of travel and Flight No.
  5. Enter your PNR or Booking Reference number.

Where is the Imam Khomeini Airport in Iran?

Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport ( Persian: فرودگاه بین‌المللی امام خمینی ‎) ( IATA: IKA, ICAO: OIIE ), is the primary international airport of Tehran, the capital city of Iran, located 30 kilometers southwest of Tehran, near the localities of Robat Karim and Eslamshahr and spread over an area of 13,500 hectares of land.

Which is the largest passenger terminal in IKIA?

Terminal 1, IKIA’s first active terminal, has a total annual handling capacity of 6.5 million passengers and 120,000 tonnes of cargo. In 2017, it handled nearly 9 million passengers. Salaam Terminal, IKIA Second Active Terminal, has a capacity of 5 million passengers per year.

Is there a metro connection to IKIA, Iran?

The metro connection for IKIA was opened on 7 August 2017, as a station on the new branch of Tehran Metro Line 1. Passengers must change trains at Shahed – Bagher Shahr Metro Station to access the rest of Line 1.