Riyadh: The King Abdulaziz International Airport celebrated Bahrain’s 47th National Day.
The northern and southern passenger halls were decorated with Bahraini and Saudi flags, symbolising deep-rooted fraternal relations, reported Sabq.
Airport assistant director general Abdulmohsen Al-Sheikh and other officials representing government authorities were present.
Gifts and flowers were also presented to passengers arriving or departing aboard Gulf Air flights.
A mural was set up at the airport for passengers and officials to write their wishes for the Kingdom of Bahrain and its people.
The Riyadh-based King Khalid International Airport also marked Bahrain’s 47th National Day, with flags, flowers and commemorative gifts.
Meanwhile, high-rise buildings in the Saudi capital lit up in colours of Bahrain’s national flag – including Kingdom and Al-Faisaliyah Towers.