Phnom Penh International Airport is the largest airport in Cambodia, greeting approximately 5 million passengers each year.
Located 8 km west of the city, Phnom Penh International airport is a charming airport that welcomes roughly 1.2 million travelers every year. Passenger numbers have over doubled in the last 5 years with Cambodia’s growing tourism segment and the introduction of regional airlines.
Formerly known as Pochentong International airport, it's a two-story structure with a warm appearance and lots of decorative local artifacts accenting the area. The airport receives flights from international carriers like Emirates Airlines, Lufthansa and British Airways.Phnom Penh International Airport
Eating and Drinking
Retailer SajiBumi which runs bars and cafes, restaurants in airports in Malaysia and Singapore have established variety of new food and beverage retailers in the airport. The new outlets include international brands like PHO24 and The Pizza Company and some local brands.
Passengers travelling on all airlines in any passenger category can relish the Le Salon lounge. Facilities include food and beverage services, Wi-Fi and built-in tabletop PCs, international newspapers, magazines and television, music and comfortable seating. Le Salon Lounge is found on the first floor of the departures hall. A massage Salon give you a wonderful relax before your flight with seated and foot massage. They also sell oils for comfort, upbeat and aromatherapy tools.Phnom Penh International Airport
There are also the free internet corners of the departure halls. BBG services are provided so that you can to make oversea calls from the post office. Prayer rooms and smoking rooms are also available for use. There’s an info desk where you can get further info regarding airport services.
Shopping and duty free
Phnom Penh International Airport houses variety outlets including 2 general Duty Free shops run by Dufry Cambodia and an Attwood Duty Free shop where you can find the standard tax-free goods. Interesting souvenirs from silks to weaves, lacquer-ware to stone ornaments can be bought at Artisans d’Angkor. Soma Flower allows you to buy a number of the exotic tropical blossoms of Kingdom of Cambodia and Monument Books has an excellent books about Cambodia.