Kish Island, Hormozgan, Iran
Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield)Customs
An airport where customs officials are stationed. The customs airport serves as the gateway for air cargo, where customs procedures are carried out for international air freight.
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Kish International Airport (IATA: KIH, ICAO: OIBK) is an international airport on Kish Island, Iran, serving as the entry point for the hundreds of thousands of tourists who come to Kish Island. Prior to the Iranian Revolution, Iran had an outstanding order for two Concorde aircraft. These aircraft were supposed to be used on Kish-Paris and Kish-London routes to serve the luxury tourism market that Kish was supposed to serve. The airport had been designed to handle Concorde's landings and take-offs.
In 1998, the 11-month construction of Terminal 5 started, covering a 5,500 square meters area, with a budget of RIs 2,245 million financed by the Organization of Kish Free Trade Zone (FTZ). In 2015, under the leadership of the Organization of Kish Free Trade Zone (FTZ), a new terminal is planned for construction. The new terminal turns Kish International Airport into the second-largest airport of the country with a 4.5 million passengers capacity per year. 2.7 million passengers travelled through the airport that year.
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