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|Coordinates||26° 15' 55.50" N, 50° 9' 7.30" E|
|Date/Time||25 February 2020 22:00:00|
|Wind speed||19 kts|
|Lowest cloud amount||nil significant cloud|
Dhahran/King Abdulaziz Air Base
ICAO: OEDR IATA: DHA
Dhahran International Airport in Dhahran formerly served the Ash Sharqiyah Province (Eastern Province) in Saudi Arabia. In 1999, after the opening of King Fahd International Airport, all scheduled flights were shifted out of Dhahran and the airport now serves as the King Abdulaziz Air Base of the Royal Saudi Air Force.
Hot Desert Climate (Köppen climate classification BWh) - Hot desert climates are typically found in the subtropics where there is unbroken sunshine for the whole year due to the stable descending air and high pressure, little or no precipitation. Maximum temperatures of 40°C to 45°C are not uncommon, particularly during the warmer months of the year. During colder periods of the year, night-time temperatures can drop to freezing or below due to the exceptional radiation loss under the clear skies. However, very rarely do temperatures drop far below freezing.
Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of OEDR
None on SKYbrary