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Bahrain Arrivals

Airport: Bahrain International Airport
Infomation: Flight Arrivals
Airport Code: BAH

What to do at Bahrain Arrivals once your aircraft has landed and you have disembarked the plane.

At the passport control area you will need to show your passport and any visas or other documentation needed in order to enter the country.

Once your plane arrives at Bahrain Airport you will need to go through the customs area and then proceed to the baggage reclaim area.

There are a number of screens within the Bahrain arrivals area so that you can check your flight number against the belt your luggage is due to arrive at. Once you have completed this and collected your baggage you will need to pass through the customs control area which is separated into a green channel for nothing to declare and a red channel for any items you need to declare.

You can purchase duty free items before you go through the passport control area but make sure you stay within the limits.

Some guidelines for you on duty free allowances at Bahrain Arrivals is as follows:

You can purchase / import alcohol to Bahrain ONLY if you are 18 and over. There are some strict restrictions on the amount you can bring into the country so make sure you are familiar with the amounts.

  • Spirits is limited to 1 litre
  • Beer is limited to 6 cans
  • Cigarettes is limited to 400 or 50 cigars
  • Perfumes and aftershaves are limited to 6oz

Please also note that there is a ZERO tolerance to any recreational drugs and if you are found to be trying to import them you will instantly be jailed.

Live Flight Arrivals Bahrain Airport – BAH

If you need to find out about flights that are due to arrive at Bahrain International Airport or flights that have arrived then the tool below will help you keep up to date on the current status of flights.

Just scroll through to see the current status of incoming flights.

Below is a picture of Bahrain Airport. Being a Middle Eastern airport please ensure you are familiar with the local laws and respect the local traditions and religion.

Bahrain Airport

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