Air India passengers in KSA asked to check-in early in Ramadan

June 28, 2014 2:05 am

Air India has advised its passengers traveling through Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd International Airport in Dammam during Ramadan to report for check-in at least four hours prior to the scheduled departure, Saudi Gazette has reported. The airport’s immigration counters and security check will close for iftar break and this is likely to result in heavy congestion at the airport, said Air-India Manager in the Eastern Province, Rinchen Tshering.