Duty Free prices in Saudi Arabia

A list of all airports in Saudi Arabia with information on shopping, dining and duty free.

To plan ahead for your journey to Saudi Arabia you can use Duty Free Information to see what Duty Free shops, boutiques, and products are on offer at the airports in Saudi Arabia before you fly. We pride ourselves on the quality of our database and endeavour to have the most up to date information on what shops and boutiques are available to you on your journey at each airport and the airline that you are flying with.

We have a dedicated team of researchers with contacts at every major airport in the world which helps to ensure that our data is kept as up to date and relevant as possible. However, if you do spot something that is incorrect or out of date, then please let us know via our contact form in the the comments on any of our pages and you can help keep the database as accurate as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions about Saudi Arabia

  • King Khalid Airport
  • Jeddah King Abdulaziz Airport
  • Abha Regional Airport
  • Al Ahsa Airport
  • Al Baha Airport
  • Bisha Airport
  • King Fahd Airport
  • King Abdulaziz Air Base Airport
  • Jizan Regional Airport
  • Gassim Airport
  • Gurayat Domestic Airport
  • Ha’il Airport
  • King Khaled Military City Airport
  • Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Airport
  • Nejran Airport
  • Al Qaisumah/Hafr Al Batin Airport
  • Rafha Domestic Airport
  • Arar Domestic Airport
  • Sharurah Airport
  • Sulayel Airport
  • Tabuk Airport
  • Ta’if Regional Airport
  • Turaif Domestic Airport
  • Al Wajh Domestic Airport
  • Prince Abdulmohsin Bin Abdulaziz Airport
  • Dawadmi Domestic Airport
  • Al-Jawf Domestic Airport
  • Wadi Al Dawasir Airport
  • King Khaled Air Base Airport
  • Riyadh Air Base Airport

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What airports are in Saudi Arabia

Latest articles about Saudi Arabia

Wizz air launches its first ever flight to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing and most sustainable airline, has today commenced its first flight from Rome to Dammam. The new ultra-low-cost route will provide a boost to the burgeoning tourism industry in both Italy and Saudi Arabia, by bringing a new era of affordable, hassle-free, and point-to-point travel opportunities. […]

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Football legend Lionel Messi unveiled as Saudi Arabia tourism brand ambassador

SAUDI ARABIA. Paris Saint Germain and Argentina footballer Lionel Messi visited Jeddah this week after the Saudi Tourism Authority named the high-profile star as its official brand ambassador. The appointment of one of the world’s best-known sports celebrities to promote tourism underlines the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s highly ambitious plans to grow the value of […]

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King Khalid International brings car parking operations in-house

SAUDI ARABIA. Riyadh Airports Company (RAC), operator of King Khalid International Airport (KKIA), has brought management of car parking at its international terminals in-house from this month. The concession had previously been managed by a third party operator from January 2017. RAC said the international terminals are now aligned to the business model for the […]

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King Khalid Airport duty free revenues hit record high in July

SAUDI ARABIA. Riyadh Airports Company (RAC) has posted a record-breaking commercial performance at King Khalid International Airport (KKIA) with July duty free revenues surging +12% above the previous monthly high, set in March this year. Notably, the performance was also +68% ahead of duty free revenues reported for the pre-pandemic month of July 2019. Aelia […]

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flynas Participates in the “Year of Saudi Coffee” Initiative

In collaboration with the Saudi Ministry of Culture, flynas, the Saudi air carrier and the leading low-cost airline in the Middle East, has announced its participation in the initiative to celebrate the “Year of Saudi Coffee 2022”, by decorating its planes, boarding passes, and passenger registration banners with the identity of the year of Saudi […]

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Saudi Arabia jumps 10 places in global tourism ranking

Saudi Arabia moved up 10 places to 33rd in the world overall, in the 2021 World Economic Forum (WEF) Travel and Tourism Development Index, which was released yesterday at Davos. The independent index benchmarks 117 countries on 17 pillars crucial to the development and resilience of their travel and tourism industries. Saudi Arabia moved from […]

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