Imam Khomeini International Airport is located in Ahmadabad, Iran, approximately 30 kilometres southwest of the capital city of Tehran. The airport is the largest in the country and was named in honour of Ruhollah Khomeini, the late Iranian religious leader and politician.
The newly built Imam Khomeini International Airport serves around 6.5 million passengers every year and spans over 135 square kilometres. A master development plan is in place, with a number of phases designed to increase the airport's capacity to accommodate up to 90 million travellers per year.
The airport contains a dedicated Hajj terminal, which caters for the influx of passengers travelling to Saudi Arabia for the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca. The airport contains a number of passenger amenities including restaurants and coffee shops, wireless internet, a postal service, banks, currency exchange outlets and a number of shops offering local and international products.