Cheapest car hire at Dammam Airport
4 Adults, 5 Doors
From 22.50 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 157.53 EUR from 20/04/2020
4 Adults, 3 Doors
From 25.60 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 179.21 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 3 Doors
From 28.37 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 198.63 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 3 Doors
From 28.37 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 198.63 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 5 Doors
From 28.67 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 200.69 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 3 Doors
From 29.52 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 206.69 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 4 Doors
From 29.82 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 208.76 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 5 Doors
From 34.63 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 242.47 EUR from 20/04/2020
5 Adults, 5 Doors
From 34.68 EUR/day
7 Days rental at 242.82 EUR from 20/04/2020
*daily rates in Dammam Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
Useful to know about Dammam Airport
- The airport’s name is King Fahd International Airport.
- It’s the world’s largest airport by area - nearly a hundred square miles in total.
- The airport serves the entire eastern part of the country.
- Nearly five million passengers passed through its terminals last year.
- Poor access to the airport is hampering its expansion with Bahrain Airport the preferred choice of many travellers.
Popular car hire destinations in Dammam Airport
Best car rental companies in Dammam Airport
based on 83 reviews
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Dammam Airport car hire information
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for today's best prices
FAQs about car hire at Dammam Airport
How much does car hire at Dammam Airport cost?
Car hire at Dammam Airport costs as little as €22.50 per day, however the average price across all suppliers for a Mini class vehicle is €24.10 per day. The most expensive car to hire is €767.80 per day from ENTERPRISE for a BMW 7 Series.
What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Dammam Airport?
0 car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines in Dammam Airport, including , see the full list here
What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental at Dammam Airport?
None of the car hire companies at Dammam Airport are currently offering sanitised cars as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.
Who is the best car rental agent at Dammam Airport?
Based on recent customer reviews over the last 3 months, Avis Europe Franchise has the highest customer rating for car hire at Dammam Airport with a score of 5.2/10
with rated second best with a score of /10
How much does it cost to hire a compact car at Dammam Airport?
Today’s cheapest price for compact car hire at Dammam Airport is €198.63 per week from AVIS.
Who is the cheapest car hire agent at Dammam Airport?
The cheapest car hire company at Dammam Airport is AVIS, with prices for a Mini class car such as the Kia Rio available from as little as €157.50 per week.
How much is fuel at Dammam Airport?
You can expect to pay €0.595/ltr of petrol and €0.161/ltr of diesel at Dammam Airport. You’ll pay a premium if refilling at motorway services of up to 10%.
What car hire agencies are available at Dammam Airport?
We can arrange great deals on car hire at Dammam Airport with leading car hire companies such as AVIS, ENTERPRISE as well as reputable, local car hire companies.
What type of car can I hire at Dammam Airport?
We can arrange Compact, Economy, Fullsize, Intermediate, Mini and Standard class rental cars at Dammam Airport.
How much does it cost to hire a convertible car at Dammam Airport?
We don’t currently have any convertible cars to hire at Dammam Airport, but we are working in it and please check dates for future rentals.
The price at the moment for a convertible rental car at Dammam Airport is € per week from for a .
Do you have a discount code for car hire at Dammam Airport?
We don’t have any discount codes for car hire at Dammam Airport at the moment, however AVIS rates start from just €157.50 per week. If you’ve found a cheaper price than €157.50 from AVIS in Damman Airport - King Fahd or any other rental agent, let us know and we’ll do our best to beat it.
How much does it cost to hire a car for a week at Dammam Airport?
The cheapest price to hire a car for a week at Dammam Airport is €157.50 per week with an average price of €168.70 per week across all car hire companies.
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Information about car hire agents at Dammam Airport
Most popular car hire companies at
Avis (tel: (966) 3 883 8790)
Enterprise (tel: 920000028)
Pick-up locations for car hire companies at
Avis (International Airport, Dammam)
Enterprise (KING FAHAD RD, DAMMAM, 32552)
Car hire company reviews at
Avis Europe Franchise: Rated 5.2/10 from 9 reviews
Dammam Airport Mini Guide
Why Would I Visit Dammam?
As it’s in Saudi Arabia, there’s a good chance that it’s because you work in the oil sector. The country, and this part of it in particular, produces the largest volume of oil of any world region. The area’s second highest export commodity, a long way behind oil in value, is dates! The city of Dammam is trying to be tourist friendly and has constructed the list of must-haves that Arab states have signed up to including a corniche, very tall buildings, very tall strange monuments; in Dammam, it’s the world’s tallest flagpole, and a waterpark. Apart from that there is the unrelenting heat of the desert with its dunes, camels and oases.
How do I get to Dammam?
Dammam is home to the largest airport in the world in terms of area, the King Fahd International Airport. It’s close to the city of Dammam which has a metropolitan population of over two million. Access to the city from the airport is poor and hence most visitors come into the city from Bahrain along a much better road. Almost all flights there come from the Middle and Far East with a couple of flights from major European cities. BMI fly there from Heathrow
and are the only operator of flights from the UK
What’s the Airport Like?
Spectacular in its design and capacity but its poor location and appalling transport links have left it as a white elephant, currently accepting five million passengers but with a capacity for seven times that amount. As such, large parts of the airport are closed off with a corresponding reduction in facilities. It can almost seem like walking around a ghost town at times.
What can I Expect When I Arrive at King Fahd?
Opulence is one word for it. Acres of marble and thousands of watts of lighting greet you as you disembark along the air bridges. The airport is immense and although it’s a long walk to the different parts, once you’re there you won’t be looking through a sea of people to find the information desk. At the desk, the friendly staff will help you find your way around the airport. If you’re looking for the car hire companies, you’ll need to head for the services level of the airport although they all have desks in the arrivals hall.
There are banking facilities too in the arrivals hall and ATMs around the airport. Transport away from the airport is difficult without a hire car and even with a hire car, the roads, whilst recently improved, still disappear under drifting sand at times of the year. There is an airport shuttle bus but it, again, takes its chances against the desert.
What About Facilities Whilst I Wait for my Flight Home?
There used to be very limited facilities but with money being no object there you’ll now find quite a lot of restaurants and cafes, all very tasteful and serving delicious international food in very elegant surroundings. There are many shops too, divided up into open plan duty free facilities and a ‘bazaar’ style area selling gifts, local produce, books and magazines plus confectionery. There is also a mall of designer shops selling jewellery, clothing and accessories. The airport is equipped with Wi-Fi and has a prayer room plus facilities for entertaining children too.
King Fahd Airport is quite remote so to get anywhere you’ll have to hire a car. If you get a 4x4 then the options for your visit are much better.
The roads accessing the airports are poor anyway but in a 4x4 you’ll be able to go out into the desert and see the sights typical of this part of the world with huge sand dunes and the local nomadic Arabs herding their camels across the vast wastelands. Temperatures there can be extreme so take plenty of water with you and make sure you have a full tank of fuel.