Aden International Airport (ADE) is conveniently located fewer than 10 miles from Aden, Yemen. It is the second-largest airport in Yemen and serves both military and commercial aircraft.
Aden International Airport (ADE) has one runway and one terminal building that is three stories tall. The terminal building is a relatively new oneŚconstruction began in 1999. The airport is served by six different airlines. These are African Express Airways, Djibouti Airlines, Felix Airways, Royal Jordanian, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Yemenia. Travelers can reach several major cities through direct flights from Aden. These cities include Amman, Djibouti, Abu Dhabi and London.
Travelers have a few options for getting to and from the airport. It takes about 20 minutes to travel from Aden to the airport. Taxi services are available to and from the airport; it is wise to negotiate rates with the driver before entering the taxi. Bus services are also available; however, they tend to be a bit limited.
Passengers who have early morning flights can stay at a hotel near the airport. For example, Mercure Aden 4 is a clean and comfortable hotel that is located just a 10 minute drive from Aden International Airport (ADE).