Bahrain BIH Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Bahrain BIH Airport

The passenger terminal at Bahrain International Airport:
The Arrivals Concourse houses a Customs Office, baggage claim, & Customs, leading to rental car counters,  and a host of other services, including currency exchange. The Arrivals Hall has access to Airport counters and Fast Track e-gate, as well as to VIP & Business Lounges.
The Departures Level offers a number of services, has in the center two search rooms, to the left First/Business-Class check-in, at center all other check-in counters, and to the right passport control & e-gate, with access to departures gates & duty-free shops. 
The Departures Concourse level with gates 11 - 36 (gates 14 - 11 to the left of center, gates 15 - 17 to right of center; and gates gates 31-36 accessed from gates 17A & B.  Recently, seven new airbridges were installed for more passenger comfort.

Services and amenities
: (New 'HappyOrNot kiosks have recently been set up to monitor passenger satisfaction.)  Aside from a large selection of food & drink & retail concessions, the Terminal offers:
The internationally-acclaimed "Bahrain Duty Free" shops located at Departures and Arrivals concourses - recognized as one of the finest airport shopping complexes in the world( tel: +973 17321220 or 17321912 /fax 17321910 - or visit:  bdutyfree.com).
The departures & arrivals level have both male & female prayer rooms.
Mobile charging stations are available at both arrival & departure areas.
For hotel information contact the Caravan Group of Hotels - tel. +973 17321245 or visit:  caravanhotels.com.
   Lounges in the terminal:  First- & business-class lounges offer a unique check-in lounge providing special services for its clientele, with discrete check-in and immigration facilities, as well as direct access to the Departure Lounge.
Dilmun and Gulf Air lounges are on Level 3, near gate 16, while Cathay Pacific lounge is near gate 15.
The Marhaba Lounge is a pay-in lounge, open 24/7. 

NOTE: 
The Aiport Modernization Program started early 2015 in preparation therefor, long-term carpark C was closed.




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