Houthis targeting Abha airport

Ansar Allah Al-Houthi group said it carried out two operations targeting Abha International Airport in the Saudi Asir region with a number of 2k drones, while the Arab Coalition announced that a drones were intercepted.

"The air force, on Saturday, carried out two attacks targeted Abha International Airport in Asir," the Ansar Allah Al-Houthi media group said.

The network quoted a spokesman for the armed forces Brigadier Yahya Sari in a brief statement: "The first operation targeted the airport gas station and hit its target with high accuracy, while the second operation targeted the control tower in the airport and the injury was accurate," pointing out that the operations caused the disruption of air navigation at the airport.

For its part, the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia announced it intercepted a drone fired by the Houthis on Khamis Mushayt, pointing out that the air traffic is going normally at the airport, according to Al Arabiya.

Recently, the Houthis have intensified the use of drones and targeting airports in Saudi Arabia, where the Houthis have launched more than 60 attacks in the last three months, according to al-Mesira network, and targeted the airports of Abha, Jizan, Najran and Saudi Khamis Mushayt base.


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